Malin Group is excited to announce that the final stage of the re-development of the South Rotunda has been commissioned. Constructed in 1890, the South Rotunda, along with an identical building on the North side of the river, was built as an entrance to a vehicular and passenger tunnel under the river Clyde. The tunnel closed to the public in 1980.
This week Keith Lonsdale, one of Malin Marine Consultants experienced Naval Architects, discusses why is it essential to always define scope and set limits of demarcation.
Malin Group is looking forward to a fantastic day at Breakbulk 2016 and to welcoming everyone to our stand at 516H2 to enjoy some Scottish treats and have a chat about all things heavy transportation…
Pop along to our stand at 516H2 to enjoy some Scottish drinks and nibbles…
Today’s video is a whistle stop summary of Malin Groups involvement in the QEC Aircraft Carrier Transport project.
Today’s video provides some great examples of the various mooring analysis’ that Malin Marine Consultants has undertaken for a range of clients, across a range of industries.
Todays video is a summary of the Malin Groups involvement in a recent North Sea
In advance of Breakbulk, we thought we would post some videos showing a bit of what we do for our clients….
Malin Group are excited to be exhibiting at Breakbulk this year in Antwerp between 23rd and 26th May. Breakbulk Europe is the largest exhibition and educational forum in the world addressing the needs of traditional breakbulk and project cargo logistics professionals. Please feel free to come along and visit us at our stand. Registration to attend is easy and can be done here.
A rare sunny day here in Glasgow, perfect weather for some reminiscing!
This was one of Malin Marine’s earliest mooring studies for Technip….