Troy is proud to be part of the 2015 Mari-Tech conference, April 8-10, at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver.
The theme of this 36th International Marine Conference & Exhibition is "Changing Tides". The event will showcase changes across many sectors of the marine industry, focusing on new developments as the commercial marine industry evolves in a rapidly changing marketplace. This year's gathering promises to provide an in-depth look at the future of the marine industry through stakeholders, suppliers and industry leaders.
You can visit Troy Life & Fire Safety at Booth #61. See you there!
Click here to visit the 2015 Mari-Tech Web site and learn more.
TROY’S MARINE DIVISION has been helping the marine industry with life safety solutions since 1992. Whether your project is a vessel or shipyard, large or small, we have the expertise you need.
Our company and installers are certified by numerous classification societies including LR, ABS and DNV, and trained by our product manufacturers, so you can rest assured your vessel or facility will be fully protected and meet all code requirements.
We have 30 offices across Canada to serve you.
Click the link below to download the PDF brochure with contact details or contact us online to learn more.
Over 1000 people attended the 75th Marine Club Dinner & Annual General Meeting. Held at the Toronto Fairmont Royal York Hotel, the guest speaker was the Honorable Justice Elizabeth Heneghan from Ottawa and the topic was Piracy on the Seas. She spoke of the history of piracy and piracy in this day and age.
Pictured here in the upper image is our team, from left to right:
Thomas Bosch, VP & GM - Marine Division
Randy Brousseau, National Operations Manager – Marine Division
Jim McCoubrey, President
Shawn Claridge, National Sales Manager – Marine Division
Troy's Marine Division (formerly known as National Marine Fire) hosted live entertainment by the band Mondo Bizzaro (shown in the lower image) in the Palliser Suite, which was a big hit and well attended by many of the guests!
We received the letter below from Brian Mannion, Senior Project Manager with the Canadian Coast Guard, after replacing the fire detection system on the CCGS Henry Larsen.
I wanted to take a moment to thank yourself and National and Marine Fire Services Inc. (now Troy Marine Division) for the professional approach to both planning and implementing the Fire Detection System replacement on CCGS Henry Larsen.
The initial planning and engineering for the system replacement was well thought-out and addressed all the possible system improvements and functionality for the new system. During the removal of the old system components and installation of the new components, you worked very closely with the ship’s Electrical Officer and Chief Engineer to ensure that the removal and re-installation was in accordance with the vessel’s safety and security requirements.
During the later stages of the new system installation, you were forced to deal with new changes requested by the ship and you were able to adapt and include all the new requirements and still complete the system replacement within the operational time frame for the vessel.
Thanks again for a professional completion to another project.