1. This is to certify that M/s Marine engineering and Trade Services, Port Blair have undertaken the tasks stated below for the Indian Navy for the past five years successfully. Their ability of work and ability to meet schedules has been more than satisfactory and their willingness to undertaken tasks at short notice as well as on challenging conditions is indeed noteworthy. 2. The major works in which they have participated include: (a) Major and top overhauls of GRSE – MAN RV 16/18 TL engines: (b) Major and top overhauls of RUSTON 6YD and 6YDA diesel alternators. (c) Defect rectification of 40 DM engines powering LSTs. (d) Major and top overhauls of CUMMINS NT-743-MG 92KW diesel alternators and WOLA diesel alternators fitted on LSTs. (e) Steel renewals of all ships. In the past one year, the firm has changed over 150 tons of steel on board various ships and yard crafts. (f) Refit of underwater valves and appendages and all related dock work including shafting routines. (g) GRP repairs on boats. (h) Sub-contracted work in motor winding renewals. (i) Overhauls of AC compressors Ref plants and other pumps auxiliaries. (j) Sub-contracted work for tank cleaning and painting of protective coats in fuel and ballast tanks. 3. The firm had undertaken a unique task of 21 huge fuel tanks on INS Jyoti in a record time of 20 days to render them gas free. 4. The firm has a good team of dedicated workers and supervisors to undertake the above tack
It is certified that M/s Marine Engineering and Trade Services, 61- Maulana Azad Road, Port Blair, has manufactured two steel pontoons (size 12.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 m) for Indian Navy vide this office work order number 344/OLC/WO/148 dated 24.03.2000
I wish to place on record my deep sense of appreciation to Shri Girish Chand Jaiswal and his dedicated team of M/s Marine Engineering and Trade Services, Port Blair for completion of quality refits/ERDD of 07 Coast Guard ships well within the scheduled time-frame at Port Blair, in the last 02 years, overcoming all challenges. 2. The team sprit, dedication and zeal displayed by the yard in conducting high standard of refits is indeed commendable. The yard’s ability to import spares from OEM has immensely contributed towards timely refit completion. 3. I wish M/s Marine Engineering and Trade Services, Port Blair all the very best in all their future endeavours.
The team sprit which encompasses active involvement of Ship’s staff; speedy decision making and immediate solution to the road blocks by CGRHQ (W) and CGRPT(MB); and transforming the same into results through speedy and well planned execution by the yard has culminated into satisfactory completion of the short refit of ICGS Meera Behn ahead of schedule and is much appreciated.
On the day of laying down office, I take the opportunity to express my sincere gratitude for all the Co-operation and help rendered during my tenure at Naval Ship Repair Yard as captain/commodore superintendent since Jun 93.
On behalf of the Regional Commander, Coast Guard Region (A&N), I wish to convey appreciation for just concluded annual jet/undertaken routines of ICGS C-140 undertaken by your good firm at Port Blair, which have been completed 14 days ahead of schedule. The proactive approach shown by the yard in timely positioning of jet spares end ensuring availability of reps of PAC firm is praiseworthy. The yard’s meticulous planning of the routines and its executive resulted in satisfactory completion of the routines well ahead of scheduled
This is to certify that M/s Marine Engineering and Trade Services, Port Blair who is registered with Indian Coast Guard Region (A&N) for undertaken major/ minor repairs of Hull/ Engg/Electrical jobs had responded very effectively and quickly to provide all technical assistance to Indian Coast Guard Ships after the Tsunami. Their timely and round the clock assistance has played a major role in getting ships out to sea in short notice thereby enabling successful evacuation of standard people in the Nicobar group of Islands.
M/s Marine Engineering & Trade Services, Port Blair has been carrying out the short refits/ ERDD’s of Coast Guard ships and crafts in Port Blair during my tenure as CGRPS (PBR) Jun 12 to Aug 14. During my tenure the firm has carried out 04 short Refits, 02 ERDD’s and 02 Annual routines. All the refits has been completed within the stipulated duration without time and cost overrun. Yard possesses the capability to undertake refits of higher capacity. M/s METS has the capacity to conduct the various activities with technical competence; co-ordination of activities with various agencies; procurement of the requisite spares of equipments installed without compromising the quality. The capacity of the yard to import spares from the OEM has been cost and time saver. The yards enthusiasm to coordinate & complete the various activities connected with the refit has been praiseworthy and commendable.’ I wish M/s METS all the success and prosperous future ahead.
It has been a great experience interacting with you in the capacity of Coast Guard Refit and Production Superintendent (PB). As I move out from here on permanent transfer to Chennai, I take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to you for all the valuable support and assistance given to me. It will be a pleasure for me, if I could be of any help to you from Chennai and I hope you will not hesitate to contact me when required. I further request you to continue providing all necessary assistance and support to my successor too.