GARVEL CLYDE LTD-GREENOCKFORTH
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- Ship Repairs
Garvel Clyde Limited was incorporated in 1987 and since then has been involved with the dry docking, repairing and conversion of vessels for a number of regular customers primarily who operate on the west coast of Scotland. Types of vessels regular visiting Garvel Clyde include Ferries, Tugs, Fishery Protection, Dredgers, Research Vessels, Safety Supply Vessels, Cargo Vessels and Barges. Garvel Clyde can offer a comprehensive service utilising a team of skilled operatives of all marine disciplines and ancillary trades to ensure that repair work or refitting is carried out efficiently and in the minimum possible time. In addition, flying squads are available to undertake emergency and voyage repairs at any riverside berths, afloat on the Clyde or at the ship’s location anywhere within the UK.
|Address||James Watt Dock, Renfrewshire, PA15 2DS, Greenock, United Kingdom|
|Phone||+44 01324 4xxxx|
|Fax||+44 01324 6xxxx|
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