Maritime Technology Solutions
A GiGi Investments company, Integrated Ship Handling’s clients include vessel designers and builders, ship repair companies, port authorities and container terminal operators.
We are the Southern African agents and distribution partner for a portfolio of top international technology companies such as:-
Voith Turbo has delivered propulsion and steering technology for more 80 years, with over 4 000 Voith Schneider Propellers delivered to customers around the world.
The Voith product portfolio includes the Voith Schneider Propeller, Voith Water Tractor, Voith in-line thrusters and the Voith Linear Jet.
With more than 100,000 systems in service, Fogmaker offer high pressure water mist fire suppression system for vehicles and machines with enclosed engine compartment space. Fogmaker quickly detects, suppresses and extinguishes fires by generating a dense blanket of micro-water mist droplets within the protected area, and effectively eliminating all three components of the fire triangle.
Fire Fighting Systems (FFS)
FFS is the leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of complete systems for external fire fighting in the marine market.The FFS product range comprises pumps with drivers, gearboxes, fire water monitors, foam mixers, deluge systems, remote control systems as well as related equipment for installations onboard tugs, offshore vessels, fire boats and work boats in accordance with all class societies. There are also complete systems for onshore fire fighting on tank farms, refineries, and industrial plants.
Kumera has more than 70 years of experience as a manufacturer of mechanical power transmissions for the marine, offshore and industrial markets. Their marine gearboxes and drives are a reliable and cost effective solution for our rugged South African vessels.
Emerson Climate Technologies
Emerson Climate Technologies are world leaders in climate control systems. REFCON 6 is a revolutionary control system product that remotely monitors the conditions of reefer containers during transport and terminal storage, both critical activities in the cold chain.