Deep-Insight takes to the High Seas
08.07.2019 , by Alexandra Calugarici

NEW CLIENTS ANNOUNCEMENT

We are delighted to announce two new clients at Deep-Insight. Both have a strong maritime feel.

Survitec

Survitec is a global leader in survival and safety solutions to the marine, defence, aviation and offshore markets.  It has over 3,000 employees worldwide, covering 8 manufacturing facilities, 15 offshore support centres and over 70 owned service stations. Survitec also has a network of over 500 3rd party service stations and distributors.

Across its 160-year history, Survitec Group has remained at the forefront of innovation, design and application engineering. It is the trusted name when it comes to critical safety and survival solutions.

The new management team has made a commitment to focus the company around its customers.

In a recent interview for SAFETY4SEA, Survitec’s newly appointed Managing Director for Marine Operations, Baba Devani explains how the world’s leading safety and survival partner is restructuring to become more customer-centric.

Port of Newcastle

Port of Newcastle is the largest port on the East Coast of Australia. As a global trade gateway for more than 220 years, it delivers safe, sustainable and efficient logistics solutions for its customers.

It is also the largest coal exporting port in the world and its customers include coal producers in the Hunter Valley as well as non-coal traders (including fuels, alumina, wheat, mineral concentrates, fertiliser, etc.) as well as some of the world’s largest shipping lines.

The Port of Newcastle is at an early stage of development of a customer-centricity programme and Deep-Insight is delighted to be helping them along that journey.