Guardian Maritime granted MOD supplier approval

Guardian Maritime are proud to announce that, with immediate effect, GUARDIAN™ anti-piracy barriers have been granted supplier approval for the Ministry of Defence. GUARDIAN is currently protecting over 200 vessels which includes Tankers, Container ships, Oil drilling ships and a number of Ancillary ships. Teresa Stevens, Owner and Designer of Guardian anti-piracy barriers said “We […]

GUARDIAN™ Anti-piracy barriers now available to lease

Following its continued success as a passive solution against the threat of piracy, Guardian Maritime is delighted to announce that GUARDIAN™ anti – piracy barriers are now available to lease. GUARDIAN™ ship protection system provides worldwide 24/7 protection against stowaways, robbery and piracy for vessels, crew and cargo at sea, anchor or in port, as […]

Guardian Maritime meet with local MP Caroline Dineage

Caroline Dineage, Guardian Maritime’s local Conservative MP, met with David and Teresa this week to discuss all things business. A strong supporter of small and medium-sized enterprise, UK industry and skills training in Parliament, Caroline uses her expertise as a member of the Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Select Committee to champion these issues. With […]

Mares Shipping GmbH joins GUARDIAN as stockist and agent for Europe & USA

Going from strength to strength, Guardian Maritime Ltd, producers of GUARDIAN™ anti-piracy barriers, has further expanded its worldwide coverage and distribution by signing a deal with Mares Shipping GmbH, specialists in the supply of spare parts and technical equipment for ships, for it to become the latest stockist and agent.

Guardian Maritime launch Greenwater piracy barrier

Following on from the continued worldwide success of its GUARDIAN™ anti – piracy barrier, Guardian Maritime are proud to announce the launch of GUARDIAN Greenwater. GUARDIAN Greenwater has been developed, following customer demand, to deal with the issue of greenwater on-board deck following turbulent weather conditions, and the first units are due to be fitted […]