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Author: Richard Humphreys/14 August 2019/Categories: Report, Onboard experience
Temprotech has opened a new warehouse facility adjacent to its UK headquarters, tripling its stockholding capacity and allowing it to supply shipyards, cruise lines and outfitters with a wider range of flame-retardant temporary protection materials at short notice. Excellent logistic support means materials can be despatched by road, sea and air to meet delivery deadlines. Temprotech can also now hold emergency stock of clients’ custom-printed protection materials for immediate despatch to smaller or unplanned projects.
Further afield, Temprotech has secured bonded warehousing in Miami, Florida, to stock various protection materials specifically to serve cruise lines and the refit market in the area. Plus, the company has appointed an agent in Singapore, strengthening its position in the Far East.
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