Maritime labelling and signs
Whether on cruise ships, large ferries, container ships, tankers, yachts, oil rigs or in your shipyard: the safety of passengers, crew and personnel is our top priority. Safety equipment, escape routes, rescue routes and on-board fire protection must be clearly and visibly marked – all while being able to withstand the harsh weather conditions at sea. As according to IMO regulations, this labelling is mandatory in order to provide a sense of orientation and save lives in the event of an emergency. In order to ensure your compliance in this respect is as pleasant as possible – and to offer you solutions that make labelling and signage an added value for your ship – we specialize in implementing such projects. We’ve been doing it around the world for decades now.
Our complete maritime package begins with a comprehensive consultation in order to harmonise the necessary normative fundamentals with your wishes – and to determine the suitable materials for your signs. The project planning then begins. From your existing plans (Fire Control Plan / Evacuation Plan), we take the important labelling information and translate it into a plan using Auto-CAD. This results in clear specifications for the installation of, for example, the low location lighting (LLL) system or the exit labelling. You can then submit these to the classification society. Upon approval, your signs are then produced and professionally installed on site by our experienced staff. With our in-house production and our own installation team, we can flexibly react to the state of the construction process and coordinate these project phases in the best way possible. We are also happy to cooperate with external organizations in order to help you with your labelling approval and, for example, will carry out a photometric measurement of the LLL system. At the end of the project, you will receive documentation on the work that has been carried out for you or your end customer so that the labelling can be kept up-to-date for years to come.