Every day a ship has to go off hire causes a substantial loss of money. In order to provide the customer with the fastest possible response, flexibility is essential throughout any repair or maintenance operation.
It is often necessary for solutions to difficult problems to be worked out in a short time period, sometimes even after an operation has already started. This can only be done successfully by people who have familiarity with such challenges and the relevant know-how to resolve all of the technical difficulties. This is why all Hydrex staff members around the world undergo stringent training, after which they are able to perform a wide range of operations. They can carry out both simple and complex jobs even in the harshest of circumstances and achieve the same high quality without unnecessary loss of time.
To be able to provide a large part of this training in-house and to offer the fastest possible service to customers, Hydrex offices have fast response centers where an extensive range of state-of-the-art logistics, tools and diving support equipment is available at all times for the Hydrex underwater teams. These fast response centers enable Hydrex to mobilize diver/technician teams immediately to all kinds of operations and perform underwater repair and maintenance work in a very tight timeframe.
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