We would like to update you on
measures that are now in place at our main works site which will enable us to
provide you (our customer base) with the best possible level of service &
minimize any disruption during this on-going Coronavirus pandemic.
We have started production again on
Tuesday 14th April, with limited staffing levels, and have in place procedures
ensuring we adhere to social distancing throughout the workshop whilst
following strong hygiene & cleaning practices. Our employees & their
families remain our top priority.
Trade counter Sales As part of the business restarting process, we have reopened the Trade Counter with opening hours being;
to 17:00 Monday to Thursday – 08:00 to 16:00 Fridays
note only one person at a time within the trade counter reception area
via account and or card payment only (No cash or cheques accepted at this time)
Engineering Site works
We are still available for all site
works to which we shall adopt all necessary precautions as dictated by your
site-specific instructions and/ or protocols for the time being, although all
no essential works shall be deferred where necessary and judged on a job by job
We hope you all continue to stay
safe and we would like to thank all of you for your on-going support throughout
these very difficult times.
LCT 7074 is the last surviving landing craft in the UK. ML (UK) are proud to be restoring LCT to her former 1944 configuration where she is due to be displayed at the D DAY Museum in Southsea when works are completed in Spring 2020.
We were delighted to see the official reopening of ‘HMS Alliance’ to the general public last week with Martin Hobson (Project Director) attending the re-opening ceremony. He said it was a pleasure to see how much all the staff and submarine veterans appreciated the effort all involved had taken. Everyone should be very proud of what has been achieved for the future of the boat and museum.
Great to see her in all her full glory with the flags out and the sun shining!
We have recently completed the restoration of HMS Alliance a 1945 submarine at the Royal Naval Submarine museum in Gosport.
This project has been a long running project for us, which has been very rewarding, in we have managed to restore the exterior of boat to her former glory for many generations to come making her a long term display for the future of the museum as well as being a fitting memorial for the thousands of submariners who lost their lives.
ML UK Ltd has recently completed the relocation of HMS Bristol at whale Island, Portsmouth for Portsmouth International Ferry Port.
This project required the construction of two new dolphin structures for HMS Bristol to more against and with pedestrian walkway for access to the new positioned training ship. A challenging piling project, which was on time and on budget.