R&M Ship Technologies USA, Inc. has merged with Sea Level Marine, LLC. in efforts to increase the range of services offered to its global client base.
“By aligning resources, customers will benefit from the ships` lifecycle services and enhanced portfolio, combining Sea Level's established offerings with R&M Group's portfolio, along an expanded network of resources across the globe,” R&M Ship Technologies USA said in a statement.
The company is part of Reinhold & Mahla International GmbH, the Hamburg based global provider of individual and turnkey solutions for interior outfitting on board all types of maritime applications such a special vessels, cruise ships, ferries, and offshore platforms. The company’s service offering covers the entire value chain, including engineering, consulting, design, planning, implementation and production of small and large projects..
Based in Miami, Sea Level Marine is a leading provider of cruise ship interior outfitting services. Sea Level Marine has established a reputation for delivering high quality, turnkey construction and joinery for leading cruise lines in dry-docks and in service especially for refurbishment around the world.
"Clients will benefit through increased efficiency and cost savings, with the assurance that they are receiving the highest quality of work and dedicated customer service on which Sea Level's reputation was built," states Darelynn Prejean, Chief Operating & Marketing Officer at Sea Level Marine.
Thomas Grunwald, President of R&M Ship Technologies USA, Inc. adds that “by aligning our resources, we can offer clients more in-house fabrication options, combining Sea Level’s established cabinetry shop with R&M Group’s systems and materials services, along with an expanded network of skilled workers across the globe.”
The merger will allow Sea Level Marine to increase its ability to serve clients through R&M's range of resources and the global structure of the company group, while R&M will gain access to Sea Level Marine’s expertise as well as especially for the ships` lifecycle services.