Péjout Marine Services starts 2016 strongly

Péjout Marine Services, a leading provider of fire rescue and marine safety equipment, has recently announced that it has achieved certification to Lloyd's Marine Registry, which affords them the ability to verify all safety materials from all main registry companies.

Commenting on the recent certification, François Péjout, founder of PMS said, "This was the last missing piece. We now have the ability to service the equipment of any yacht. Whether they are registered ABS, Rina, Bureau Veritas or Lloyd's Marine Registry, we can provide all FFE annual and mandatory verifications."

Enterting 2016, Péjout Marine Services has also announced that it has become a corporate member of the Professional Yacht Association (PYA), with François's son, Nicolas Péjout, who joined the company in September last year, representing the business. According to the business, Péjout Marine Services is looking forward to being part of such a well-established organisation with its 2,500 members.

For more information, visit Pejout Marine Services

 


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