Hellenic Marine Equipment Manufacturers and Exporters (HEMEXPO), Greece’s suppliers and exporters association for the international shipping sector, has welcomed ERGOMATIC as its 33rd member company. The move adds a new area of expertise to the broad cross-section of Greek equipment manufacturers and technology specialists already represented on HEMEXPO’s list of members.
Headquartered in Athens, ERGOMATIC supplies high-quality components and integrated automation solutions, such as valves and piping, electrical automation systems, measurement and control instrumentation and pneumatic and hydraulic equipment to marine and industrial customers. The company also provides a range of services including integrated system design, class approval, repairs and round-the-clock technical support. Its solutions and services are certified by ABS Quality Evaluations in line with ISO 9001:2015.
“ERGOMATIC is a welcome addition to our growing members list, bringing new expertise in critical maritime equipment alongside a comprehensive offering of dedicated services,” commented Eleni Polychronopoulou (pictured), HEMEXPO President. “We look forward to working with ERGOMATIC as we help the company to seize opportunities in new and existing markets and drive business growth.”
Representing Greek maritime technology specialists on the international stage, HEMEXPO maintains close relationships with shipowners, classification societies and shipyards to understand the issues facing the industry and provide the best technical solutions. HEMEXPO members are on the approved suppliers lists of over 50 shipyards worldwide, with ERGOMATIC the latest company to gain access to this extensive network.
“Membership of HEMEXPO brings a multitude of benefits including greater market access, opportunities to collaborate and build relationships across the shipping supply chain and to enhance insights into industry developments,” said Lykourgos Kontakos ERGOMATIC Managing Director. “We are therefore delighted to join HEMEXPO and look forward to reaping the many rewards on offer.”
With the IMO targeting a 50% reduction in marine greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 compared with 2008, HEMEXPO is committed to delivering sustainable solutions and services to support shipping’s green transition. Several of the association’s member companies specialise in sustainable technology – such as friction-reducing hull coatings, shore connection facilities and carbon capture systems.