We are proud to announce we successfully become a full member of LEEA (the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association).
Following earlier approval by the American Bureau of Shipping, Control Union Industrial Inspections was recently audited and approved by both DNV and Lloyds Register for Commissioning Testing of Ballast Water Management Systems in accordance with the latest updates of
Recently, Control Union Industrial Inspections (CUII) was thoroughly assessed by the American Bureau of Shipping on the requirements of the new ISO45001 standard.
Together with leading industry experts, Port4Innovation has recently launched a unique corrosion prediction tool. With partners Control Union, Endures and VectorMM a web application was developed, which is able to predict corrosion on vessels based on historic data and relevant operational conditions.
Today is a very special day for all of us at Peterson and Control Union; It's our 100 year birthday.
Even in these challenging times, the importance of certified and approved services remains vital. This is why Control Union has been working with DNV-GL on a remote assessment for continuation and extension of the current NDT approval based on class program DNVGL-CP-0484.
We are looking forward to give a presentation on BWMS Commissioning testing per IMO Circular 70 during BWMTech on the 10th of December 2019.
Due to increasing industry demand and to further strengthen its position in the advanced nondestructive testing market, Control Union Industrial Inspections (CUII) recently had its phased array bolt inspection procedure approved by DNV-GL and the DNV-GL service supplier approval extended for phased array inspections.
CUII USA, LLC has joined the Dutch offices of Control Union Industrial Inspections (CUII) and recently became a proud approved Container Certification Firm by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). Now the USA offices are also approved to perform 2.5 and 5 yearly inspections on behalf of ABS in the USA, on offshore and intermodal IMO tank containers as required by the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code.