SINWA Group become the first dual stockist and agent for GUARDIAN outside of the UK

Following on from the recent announcement of its global expansion plans, Guardian Maritime Ltd, producers of GUARDIAN™ anti-piracy barriers, wasted no time in signing a deal with SINWA Group, one of Asia Pacific’s leading marine supply and logistics companies, for it to become its first dual stockist and agent outside of the UK. With owners […]

GUARDIAN expands through new investment

We at Guardian Maritime Limited, manufacturers and suppliers of GUARDIAN™ anti-piracy barriers are pleased to announce our global expansion plans following a share issue to new investors. Following its tremendous success in the anti-piracy market with its distinctive red patented GUARDIAN barriers, the board took the decision to expand the company by adding new investors […]

Cable laying ships using GUARDIAN in the fight against piracy

Guardian Maritime recently installed GUARDIAN™anti-piracy barriers to CS Sovereign, a cable laying vessel in Middlesbrough.  The work was carried out over three days, starting with the fittings for the port and starboard areas of the ship and although working to a tight time limit, the installation ran smoothly. Before leaving CS Sovereign, the crew were […]

Guardian wins accolade for hidden talents!

At the recent WISTA one day forum in Liverpool, part of IFB2014, Guardian were delighted to be placed runner up in the ‘Came by Ship’ photographic competition. The competition, aimed at raising the awareness of the shipping industry encompassed photos with ‘shipping at its heart’ and Guardian chose an image representing GUARDIAN barriers safeguarding seafarers […]

The “Green” threat to oil rig security – emerging as an issue as alarming as piracy

Last week an oil rig in the Barents Sea hit the headlines after being successfully boarded, stopping drilling for 89 hours at an estimated cost of $1.26million. So who were the boarders; gun toting pirates threating violence and looking to steal? No, this was a “peaceful” protest executed by Greenpeace which saw 15 activists from […]

Razor wire – injuring the crew it’s designed to protect

A recommendation of BMP4, and currently the most common piracy deterrent used, razor wire on a ship’s perimeter is a controversial choice. For the owner it poses a serious conundrum; the need to protect the ship and crew from possible pirate attacks alongside the very real fear of crew suffering a serious injury or infection […]

Guardian Maritime Ltd is delighted to be visiting Dubai

Guardian Maritime Ltd will be in Dubai next week 26th – 30th April. The visit enables face-to-face meetings with local ship owners and operators to discuss the very latest GUARDIAN™ news and developments. Jean Winfield, Director says “ I am very much looking forward to the trip and being able to update ship owners and […]

CMA Shipping 2014

Guardian Maritime Ltd was delighted to attend CMA Shipping 2014 in Stamford, Connecticut, USA this week.

Announcement re GUARDIAN™ anti – piracy barriers

GUARDIAN anti- piracy barriers are currently protecting some of the world’s biggest fleets including CMA-CGM, Maersk, BW Tankers as well as being used to protect offshore rigs and drilling ships. Please be aware that GUARDIAN is the only patent protected anti – piracy barrier on the market.   If you would like to see a copy […]

Patent Granted for GUARDIAN™ piracy barriers

With immediate effect, Guardian Maritime Limited are pleased to announce the patent licence for GUARDIAN™ piracy barriers has been granted, making Guardian Maritime Limited the only official global manufacturer and supplier of the product.  The first real alternative to razor wire, GUARDIAN works by covering a ship’s safety rails with a specially designed barrier. Once […]