Coldharbour Marine Relocation Triggers Engineering Recruitment Drive


Coldharbour Marine, recognised for the design, manufacture and supply of inert gas, fluid handling and ballast water treatment systems used in tankers, LNG and LPG carriers and floating production, storage and off-loading vessels (FPSOs) has relocated into new headquarters in Linby, Nottinghamshire. The move allows Coldharbour’s administrative headquarters, design office, R&D facility, laboratory, factory acceptance testing (FAT), rig store and warehousing to be housed under the same roof as its high-tech factory and assembly shop. This £1.5m investment was supported by UK Government Agency, the N2D2 Local Enterprise Partnership.


Coldharbour Marine also celebrated gaining IMO system accreditation for its patent protected, inert gas driven, ballast water treatment system (BWMS) by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency supervised by Lloyds Register. The move together with the projected international demand for the in-tank, in-voyage BWMS has enabled Coldharbour Marine to unveil ambitious recruitment plans. Coldharbour Marine is looking to recruit 100 additional staff including R&D engineers and scientists, mechanical and process engineers and project managers.


Coldharbour Marine’s Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Marshall, said: “The move to larger premises is part of a planned expansion of our inert gas business and will ensure that Coldharbour is able to satisfy ship owners and operators demand for its products”.  More information about the company and vacancies is available at



More information contact Rosie Featherstone, +44(0)1332 862073,  +44(0)7788 592314 :

or Andrew Marshall +44(0)1629 888 386:






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