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Marine Hydraulic Solutions Launches in Palma

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MHS has recruited a highly qualified team with the technical knowledge and experience to deliver top quality services for all superyacht related hydraulic and pneumatic systems. The main workshop is conveniently located within the STP shipyard in Palma de Mallorca; a superlative location for clients based in the central hub of the Mediterranean superyacht industry.

Steve Branagh and Peer Jorgensen launch the new company with an impressive number of organisations operating as partners and service providers, as Steve states:

“Following conversations with captains, riggers and mast manufacturing companies, we realised the demand for a specialized entity for marine hydraulics. Due to our long standing reputation and marine industry experience, we will work closely with existing partners and providers such as Navtec, Castrol, Shell, Enerpac and Harken, ensuring we are able to solve service and warranty issues quickly, and cost effectively”

As hydraulics are a critical aspect to the running of a superyacht, MHS can offer clients a thorough system analysis and efficiency study to ensure vital equipment such as pipe-work, power packs and valves are working effectively. Steve Branagh enthuses:

“I am overwhelmed with the initial responses from Captains and other specialist companies we work alongside, and are very excited with plans for the future for this new company.”

MHS provides a complete hydraulic and pneumatic service from routine servicing of hydraulic systems, testing, analysis, parts sourcing and replacement to system design, modification and installation.

For all enquiries please contact +34 971 224 978, info@marinehydraulicsolutions.com. For press contact .marketing@marinehydraulicsolutions.com

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