Summer / Autumn 2021

Meeting the MoD’s equipment needs

Fendercare Marine has been awarded a contract by the Royal Navy to supply standard and bespoke deck and mooring equipment for all five of its new Type 31 frigates.

These products are crucial to the support of safe operations and help to mitigate damage to these highly valuable assets.

The new vessels – HMS Active, Bulldog, Campbeltown, Formidable and Venturer - are currently being built, and due for delivery by the end of 2028. The Fendercare Marine team will be equipping them with anchors (plus chains, components and chain stoppers), double bollards, deckmounted cable drums, bulwark chocks, deck chocks and pedestal rollers.

This recent contract win further strengthens Fendercare Marine’s long-term relationship with the Royal Navy. The team recently equipped three Royal Navy Type 26 frigates with a suite of deck and mooring equipment and has supplied over 2,000 pneumatic fenders as well as anchors, chains and deck equipment in recent years.

Fendercare Marine’s head of UK products, Brett Ward says:

‘We are delighted to supply marine equipment for the UK’s latest frigate build programme, and we are very proud of our long-standing association with the Royal Navy. We look forward to continuing to serve these important projects in the future.’

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