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Survitec at Marintec China 2017

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Safety solutions provider Survitec is continuing to show its commitment to the Asia-Pacific region by displaying its latest range of safety and survival solutions at Marintec China 2017, between December 5th-8th.
The exhibition takes place at the Shanghai New International EXPO Centre and Survitec's experts will be on hand to answer all technical enquiries.
Survitec will not only display its lifejackets and life rafts, but also its range of fire and gas safety systems, including the latest N2 nitrogen generator.
The Survitec brand has a long and proud heritage for delivering rescue and personal protection product and services and as it continues to grow, is now able to offer customers an even more rounded and comprehensive range than ever before.
Brands such as Unitor Safety, Novenco Fire Fighting, X Flow and Maritime Protection now all come under the Survitec umbrella, meaning the provider can equip ships with all the equipment they will need throughout their serviceable lives.
Survitec is equally adept at working in conjunction with design engineers and procurement teams to provide equipment for new build projects, particularly across the cruise and ferry industries as they already supply a wide range of safety products to existing passenger vessels.

Nov 8, 2017

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