|Address||North Killingholme Haven, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire DN40 3LX.|
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Humber Work Boats Ltd is a family owned private Company which has been trading since 1974 as Marine and Dredging Contractors. The Company owns their 3 and a half acre facility at North Killingholme Haven on the south bank of the River Humber which incorporates spacious office accommodation, a 10000m3 fabrication shop, two hundred and fifty metres of riverside frontage and extensive yard space.
The Company has developed its Marine Contracting and Dredging services significantly in recent years in local, national and international markets. The Company owns and operates a fleet of Multicats, Work Boats, Light and Heavy lift Crane Barges, to support its Marine Contracting Division and the Dredging Division operates Backhoe and Cutter Suction Dredgers. With its highly experienced workforce the Company offers bespoke Marine solutions to its well established and ever expanding local, national, and international customer base.
As well as operating a fleet of working vessels servicing an expanding customer base for the UK marine market, the Company is very active overseas with a ten year track record of successfully completed contracts for major customers in the Iberian Peninsula, the Azores, the Ballaerics, the Canaries, Morocco ,Algeria and Venezuela.
Whether undertaking specialist Marine or Dredging Contracts the Company’s aim is to provide a complete solution for its expanding UK and International customer base with contracts being completed on time while meeting contractual requirements at the right price. Focus is on continual improvement in the internal systems that deliver that quality of service.
• Marine Contracting • Backhoe Dredging
• Cutter Suction Dredging • Hydrographic Surveying
• Work Boats• Crane Barges • Marine Solutions
• Vessel Construction and Repairs
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