Petersen Stainless Extends Service to US Market

Petersen_stainlessPETERSEN STAINLESS, a leader in stainless steel lifting component manufacture, extends its service to the US Market.

Petersen manufactures in the UK under a certified ISO9001:2008 and AS9100:C quality management system that allows for full materials traceability from the field back to the steel mill. Petersen is unique in their ability to globally deliver full traceability as standard through their offices in UK, Sweden, Malaysia, and now the USA on a wide range of stainless steel shackles, 316 turnbuckles and swaged wire fittings.

Shipwright Technical Services will be operating the North American office acting on behalf of Petersen Stainless. Andy Colloton, a 30-year Marine Industry veteran is President of Shipwright, and has a long-standing relationship with Petersen. Located in Essex, CT. “Andy has the unique combination of technical skills, market know-how and excellent customer relations to fit the Petersen philosophy of good customer support through good technical back-up.” says Kevin Bell, CEO of Petersen Stainless.

Petersen Stainless manufactures in England high tensile (high resistance) stainless steel shackles, 316L stainless steel shackles and turnbuckles, super-duplex shackles, NSN shackles, Tufnol (phenolic) blocks and other equipment for the lifting and offshore industries. All Petersen lifting products are individually proof tested to double the WLL before being marked with a test number and the CE mark in accordance with Machine Directive 2006/EC/42. All parts are manufactured from high-quality European materials – Petersen never re-badge far-eastern imports.

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