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Marine company donates 20 life raft to Navy

By Odita Sunday
13 June 2016   |   1:11 am
The presentation of life raft was made to the Navy at Western Naval Command Headquarters, Apapa, Lagos and received by the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Western Naval Command, Rear Admiral Bobai.
Nigerian Navy

Nigerian Navy

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy and given the very tough job facing the Nigerian Navy, Neptune Marine Services Limited has donated a brand new 20-person Life Raft ‎to the Nigerian Navy for deployment on board navy ship, NNS PROSPERITY.

The presentation of life raft was made to the Navy at Western Naval Command Headquarters, Apapa, Lagos and received by the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Western Naval Command, Rear Admiral Bobai.

Neptune Marine Services has provided world-class marine safety products and services across Nigeria for over a decade. The company is owned and operated by Harold Oti Harriman and Charles Tosan Harriman, both sons of the late Chief Hope Harriman, who was also a pioneer in the field of marine safety in Nigeria.

In particular, Neptune Marine Services is the authorized distributor of leading global brands such as PAINS WESSEX marine pyrotechnics; DANIAMANT safety lights and also operates a manufacturer approved SurvitecZodiac life raft service station with technicians trained by the manufacturer at their facility in Europe.‎

Neptune also offers other leading brands of life rafts, boats and marine safety equipment and the company is always on a quest to introduce the best marine safety products and services to its customers.

In addition, the company also provides servicing of breathing apparatus and Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD) as well as the sale and servicing of Marine firefighting equipment.