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Mr. Marine Instruments & Controls is your partner for marine alarm monitoring systems, along with control and protection instruments. Through our specialised knowledge and experience in marine systems, we are able to advise and select the right instrument or system for your required application, at each stage of your project. Besides the supply of marine monitoring, alarming, control and protection systems, our team of multi-brand service engineers is strategically positioned to provide comprehensive support. Whether you require expert input during the engineering phase, meticulous installation, precise commissioning, or ongoing maintenance, our experts are at your service. We are committed to ensuring that your marine systems perform optimally.
We aim to exceed your expectations, ensuring the utmost safety, reliability, and efficiency of your vessel. Our marine alarm monitoring, control and protection systems are the right solutions for you! With our products, you can stay assured that the people and the equipment onboard are safe!
Contact our team today to request a quote for the required product! Our team is available to advise you on the optimal monitoring, alarming, control and protection system. Our engineers can also install, commission, calibrate, and service any of the marine systems onboard.
Discover our marine alarm monitoring, control and protection systems and contact our team for a quote! We are at your disposal 24/7 for any questions and can service you in 375+ ports. Our warehouses in strategic maritime locations ensure the products are delivered to you promptly. Mr. Marine is your reliable partner in the maritime industry!
Mr. Marine trades under Mr. Marine Elevator, Mr. Marine Ballast and Mr. Marine Instruments & Controls. Our dynamic company aims at keeping vessels safe and compliant, anywhere in the world. With technical know-how, unparalleled spare part sourcing and 24/7 responsiveness, we are your global beacon.
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