Armada Engineering, the hydraulic engineering specialist that went through a management buyout last year, is relaunching its services with a view to accelerating the growth of its worldwide customer base, as well as providing enhanced services to its many local clients. From its base in Falmouth, where is has operated for nearly 30 years, Armada Engineering has established itself in the hydraulic engineering market. Over the last six months the company has strengthened is team and expanded its core range of services.
Armada has previously worked with business that include Pendennis Shipyard, A&P, Rolls Royce, Fugro, LDD, Babcock Marine and BAE Systems.
“Over the years, we have been involved in a number of ground-breaking projects, across sectors as diverse as superyachts, commercial shipping, marine renewables, oil & gas, and military vessels,” explains Armada’s managing director Joff Collins. “The team we have built and the skills that they have acquired mean that we now pride ourselves on being able to solve virtually any engineering challenge – the tougher the better!”
The new-look Armada is being showcased in a new website that launched this week. Armada’s new website incorporates an innovative facility called Hydraulics Doctor, where prospective clients can obtain free advice and problem-solving for any issues they may have encountered with hydraulic systems, as well as an extensive online shop.
“Taking superyachts as just one example, we designed the hydraulic system for the world’s fastest superyacht, which is owned by the Aga Khan,” continues Collins. See below for information on 50m M/Y Alamshar. “There is huge potential for our business to expand its superyacht customer based across Europe and further afield. We have really only scratched the surface of what could be achieved. This new website is just one part of a major new push to get our message out to a global audience.
“The worldwide demand for quality engineering solutions continues to grow and diversify, creating new areas of opportunity for companies like ours. This is a very exciting time for our business.”
During the COVID-19 Crisis as a good will gesture, while many people are at home, in port, on board or working remotely, we are allowing our loyal and expert audience, complete and complimentary access to our SuperyachtNews Premium Content and unlimited access to our digital library of The Superyacht Report - issues 175-200. Click here to sign up now.