Summer 2018

HALO Floating security barriers

Fendercare Marine has established a new partnership agreement with US defence systems company, HALO Maritime Defence Systems (HALO) to supply its specialised floating safety and security barriers worldwide.

Fendercare Marine’s reach and reputation means customers will benefit from the increased availability of HALO’s advanced waterside security and access control solutions as well as its expert personnel and equipment support on installation and maintenance projects.

The partnership expands Fendercare Marine’s offering to the defence and maritime markets where it can leverage its international reach as well as the wider, global supply chain of the James Fisher group.

Brett Ward, senior business development manager at Fendercare Marine says:

‘We’re pleased that HALO has chosen us as their international distribution partner. These systems are the most effective waterside access and protection solutions available and the agreement marks a big step in developing our services to the defence sector. HALO has some interesting developments in the pipeline and we are looking forward to working together.’

Eric Johnson, chief executive officer of HALO, adds:

'Fendercare Marine has an established international supply chain and a solid reputation for service and with this support we will be able to offer our barrier systems to many more marinas, ports, harbours offshore installations and other high priority assets, which until now have been beyond the reach of our US headquarters.’

HALO’s floating barriers and gates provide essential security to critical assets that are vulnerable to water-borne access. They will now be supplied from Fendercare Marine’s global bases in the UK, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

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