“Rising to the challenges that such diversity brings can be both demanding and rewarding,” comments John Bonafoux, managing director of BMT Nigel Gee. “Projects such as the engineering of a series of 42m articulated tug barges are helping us to further enhance our engineering and naval architecture expertise for another specialised vessel type.” New challenges require new expertise and over the last three years BMT has taken on 23 new employees to meet these challenges.
“The outlook for the rest of 2015 remains both buoyant and full of further challenges,” says Bonafoux. “Throughout the year we will be continuing to deliver engineering to our exacting customer base, as well as developing new collaborations and exploring other markets.”
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