Trimline has adapted quickly to the pandemic invoked situation and is working closely with the cruise and ferry sectors to help them resume service.
The company said that its adaptable and experienced teams of tradespeople were often boarding ships at sea with minimal crew and no passengers on board, to carry out essential maintenance work in order to ensure high standards on board are maintained.
Safeguarding work is also being carried out to ensure cruise lines adhere to the frameworks developed by the UK Chamber of Shipping and the UK branch of CLIA and US-based CDC.
Whilst the outlook is difficult to predict, clients have already seen a reasonable increase in bookings for 2021, Trimline said.
Some clients have been forced to push back their planned large-scale refurbishments, other clients are continuing with larger work and today, the company is working with P&O Ferries for the first time, Trimline said.
Simon Dawkins, Trimline’s Commercial Manager, said; “One thing is clear to us at Trimline – since our inception in 1965, we’ve continuously evolved our business to support our clients throughout world events, and this will be no different.
“We’ll continue to support our clients with a first-class interior outfitting and maintenance service for many years to come,” he stressed.