Why work with us
In the public mind, global shipping is all about the big vessels – oil tankers, bulk carriers, container ships, cruise liners, etc. What’s less appreciated is the vast and diverse array of other specialised vessels involved, each with a specific, vital role in the supply chains that the marine, offshore and connected industries depend on.
These specialised vessels are the tugs, dredgers, bunker barges, fishing boats, high-speed ferries, offshore support and supply vessels, workboats, research vessels and numerous other types. Our approach is based on truly understanding your requirements and applying the tailored support you need. Focusing on vessel specialisation really is critical for these markets. It’s this understanding, experience and flexibility that make us the right partner for you at every stage in your ship’s lifecycle.
LR's specialised ships services
How we can help
We apply our expert solutions and independence to assure the integrity, reliability and success of every aspect of your operation. Helping maximise productivity and recovery, reduce operating costs, mitigate risk and demonstrate compliance with government regulations, industry codes and standards, many of which we have helped to develop.
Need marine and offshore technical help?
No call centre, no log-in – just the technical answers you need, when you need them. To serve you faster and better, we have created a global network of technical helpdesks, to answer questions on applying marine and offshore class and statutory requirements.
Who we work with
We help businesses across dozens of sectors push forward and achieve like never before. How can we help you?
Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd, Ropax
Constructing a world first in ferries. Technical advice and services for two new 43m battery hybrid ropax ferries. Read more in our case study.
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