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What every vessel owner must know when choosing a ship repair yard to do their vessels’ maintenance.

Don’t trust your vessel physical integrity and operations to just any shipyard. This business advisory guide will arm you with 5 revealing questions you should ask any ship repair yard before allowing them to effect repairs on your vessel.

Choosing a ship repair yard is critical to ensuring the maintenance of your vessel is done at the highest of standards. It can be incredibly frustrating and expensive and can end up costing you expensive repair bills not to mention the headaches!

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The “secret” of the ship repair industry that most people don’t know and will never be told by any ship repair company (knowing this ALONE could save you from wasting tons of money and untold aggravation when handling your ship’s maintenance. 5 Revealing questions that will help you instantly spot an unethical or grossly incompetent ship repair yard in minutes. 2 Costly misconceptions most vessel owners have about ship repair companies one of which you will need to know about before even picking up the phone. Why “cheap” or “lowest price” ship repairs shops aren’t the bargain they initially appear to be.

Vessel owners Beware: Ship Repair Companies Don’t always give you value of service for the price they charge.

Here’s an embarrassing (and little known) fact about my industry: Not all ship repair company’s provide you the vessel owner with the quality of services for the price they charge. If you consider the service of ship repairs, it is quite a specialized industry and as a result it can be noted that the services are overpriced. But what are you “the vessel owner” getting in return as the value for what you are paying? Do you receive proper reporting for the docking of the vessel, to the project management of the entire period the vessel is under repairs? Is there any communication between yourself and the shipyard, where you are appraised every step of the way on the updates of the job etc.

Anyone who can purchase a drydock and promote themselves as a ship repair company can provide services whether they have the experience or not. But their inexperience can cost you dearly when the proper report formats and communications are not established from the “get go”. Imagine not knowing what your bill is going to be. Ultimately resulting in a high cost and you having to pay for it, just because there is no proper reporting to you daily.

The information in this guide is provided to give you useful information to help you guard against the lack or ethics or incompetence of some ship repair companies

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