Intertek, a leading provider of quality and safety services to a wide range of industries around the world, will present ShipCare marine industry testing and inspection solutions at the Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology International trade fair (SMM Hamburg) conference, September 9 to 12.
SMM Hamburg is located at the Hamburg Messe und Congress Fairgrounds. The Intertek booth is located in Hall A2, at Booth 123.
Intertek ShipCare marine services support the world’s maritime shipping industry, helping clients run their business more effectively and with less risk. Expertise and capabilities include global bunker fuel quality testing, bunker quantity survey inspection (BQS), oil condition monitoring (OCM), cargo testing & inspection, tank calibration, marine fire foam testing, marine environmental services, and management systems certification.
Intertek ShipCare services have been expanded to include the laboratory analysis of ship potable water. Demand for onboard potable water quality testing is growing, thanks to the recent ratification of the Maritime Labor Convention.
Ship owners, fleet managers and others benefit from ShipCare marine solutions tailored specifically for the maritime community. From bunker fuel and oil-condition-monitoring sampling, testing and inspection, to fuel advisory, environmental & regulatory consultation and more, ShipCare services are available at ports worldwide.
Intertek bunker fuel quality program provides customers real-time updates and reporting through the ShipCare Priority Advantage Desk (PAD) tool, a valued-added service helping customers achieve greater efficiency in communications.
Steve Bee, ShipCare Global Business Director, said “The Intertek ShipCare team is ready to meet delegates and discuss their marine services needs in-depth. By helping ship owners, operators, suppliers, and other stakeholders reduce risk we help them achieve commercial success in today’s demanding business climate. The ShipCare programs for bunker fuel and lubricant analysis help our clients avoid costly delays, repairs, regulatory fines, and other losses which can harm marine operational and business activities.”