UK-based marine interior refurbishment firm Trimline has released a whitepaper to outline how it can help passenger ship owners to redesign and rebrand their vessels.
The Creating World Class Interiors: Ship Interior Rebranding whitepaper highlights how Trimline and its 125 staff – which includes designers, project managers, procurement experts, refurbishment specialists and engineers – have helped numerous operators to update their vessels over the past 50 years.
In addition to outlining the key process involved in Trimline’s turnkey renovation projects, the whitepaper also offers an overview of some of its most recent cruise and ferry projects. These include refits of Thomson Cruises’ TUI Discovery, Grand Circle Cruise Line’s Clio, DFDS Seaways’ Côte des Flandres and Côte des Dunes, and TT-Line’s Spirit of Tasmania I and Spirit of Tasmania II.
“At Trimline we believe that our extensive in-house capabilities can significantly shorten project time-scales, maximise budgets and offer better value for all types of ship rebranding and refurbishment projects,” said the company in the whitepaper. “We are passionate about our work and know that we offer the best option for shipowners looking for innovative and tailored solutions that not only meet but exceed both client and passenger expectations, while being delivered on time, on budget and on brand.”
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