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Marine Company

Repair and Renewal of Scrubber Overboard Pipes

By Feature, Marine Company, Shipping, Underwater Hull Inspection

Since the beginning of this year we have witnessed an increase in these corroded scrubber pipes and the demand for repair. Recently, we have completed a scrubber pipe renewal on a 87,000dwt bulk carrier here in Singapore. The following illustrates how we, Dive Marine Services, approach and carry out such high precision, underwater repair jobs.Recently, we have completed a scrubber pipe renewal on a 87,000dwt bulk carrier here in Singapore. The following illustrates how we, Dive Marine Services, approach and carry out such high precision, underwater repair jobs.

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Dive Marine Services expands its network to Scandinavia and the Baltics

By Marine Company, Shipping, Underwater Hull Inspection

We are happy to announce that our underwater I.R.M. services are now made available to our existing and new clients in Scandinavia and the Baltic States.  Effective immediately, hull cleaning, propeller polishing, inspection services as well as other underwater works are now available in six additional countries, namely Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Norway and Denmark

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DIVE MARINE GROUP SERVICES ANNOUNCES EXPANSION TO GIBRALTAR

By Marine Company, Office, Underwater Hull Inspection

5 MARCH 2020                

SINGAPORE’S DIVE MARINE GROUP SERVICES LAUNCHES INTERNATIONAL GROWTH STRATEGY IN GIBRALTAR

Singapore. Dive Marine Services Pte. Ltd. (DM Group Services) today announced the first step in expanding its marine services business with the acquisition of a new company in Gibraltar.  This marks the beginning of an international growth plan which includes further expansion in Europe and Asia. Read More

The Challenge for Marine Services Companies

By Marine Company

Approximately 100,000 ships pass through Singapore’s 105km-long waterway each year, accounting for about one-quarter of the world’s traded goods, according to Todayonline.com. Whilst we welcome the vessels, we’re not so happy with the alien invasive species (AIS) that hitch a free one-way ticket to Singapore on the hulls of many ships entering our port. 

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