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Accreditation boosts service offering and revenue

NOVAMARINE, a marine safety and survival equipment provider based in Cape Town and Durban, has recently been approved as an accredited service partner for CSM safety equipment.  CSM currently has over 200 international servicing stations globally and has added NovaMarine to its service network. NovaMarine’s 55-years experience, ideal location, multi-skilled technicians, and extensive client-base, makes the company a perfect fit.

Shanghai Star Rubber Products Co. Ltd is the specialised manufacturer of the CSM brand of marine inflatable life rafts and inflatable & non-inflatable rubber products. All products are compliant with ISO 9001:2008, and the products have been approved by classification societies such as ABS, CCS, DNV-GL, LR, NK, RS, and Rina.

While the national lockdown affected most industry sectors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NovaMarine was earmarked as an essential services provider during this time and even extended its service offering to include a sanitising service for vessels. In addition, NovaMarine recently received its South African National Accreditation System (SANAS) Certification for Inspection of Transportable, Refillable Gas Containers. This also includes approval as a high-pressure test station for testing of CO2 cylinders.

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