We supply, source and repair a diverse range of equipment and components to the marine industry to ensure your platforms remain operational at all times – providing multi-faceted solutions, assisting customers to maintain fleet equipment to ‘end of life’.
Our depth of engineering services is well supported with the traditional supply of spares and components and the repair of electrical, electronic components and navigational equipment. We supply and service steering and control equipment, radar, sonar, engine, actuators and automated systems/associated parts to the military and offshore industries.
As an example, we supply and service Navigation and Control equipment, PXI and automated systems and associated parts to the Military and Offshore industries. We are an approved sub-supplier of Rockwell equipment.
Our customer base in Asia and Europe, in particular, has requested that we provide legacy electronics spares based on UK manufactured and supplied ships. With recent changes in many OEM’s approach to its capabilities, we have found that many of our customers were no longer able to purchase or repair equipment, the skill fade or desire to support aged equipment was not an option.We are here to help and assist your long term need to maintain fleet equipment to end of life.
We have, at your disposal, over 500,000 line items from our fully stocked 100,000 sq. ft. warehouse at our facility in the United Kingdom, with access to many millions more through our partnered supply chain network.
As the company houses a great deal of original manufactured material, we have a very strong working relationship with many of the leading OEMs. The company continues to strengthened its position by purchasing excess inventory to enhance its product offering. Through efficient management of the supply chain, ASL selects and works closely with preferred and partnered suppliers and sub-contractors to complement our in-house component supply giving a structured approach to supply chain solutions.
We provide repair and overhaul services from a variety of sources which are managed and delivered through our in-house Mechanical and Electrical Workshops and complemented by global partnered OEM approved repair and overhaul workshops – providing the desired flexibility and quality assurance requirements during the repair process.
Our tailored programmes ensure that we deliver the cost reductions required, and support packages to ensure through-life operational availability. In having a strategic partnership with ASL, you will receive an integrated approach and through-life support delivering your requirements.
Due to throughput volumes on a number of programmes, we are able to deliver cost reductions which we immediately pass onto you. Should the programme benefit from a Long-Term Agreement this gives you peace of mind when determining your repair and overhaul budget requirements.
For many years we have worked with customers around the world to keep their assets operational. Preserving the lifespan of more mature fleets requires a unique blend of expertise and knowledge. With this combination of talent, we have delivered sustainable through-life solutions for a number of marine platforms, and with a structured strategy it is possible to mitigate most risks. Our experience at ASL affords us the ability to identify obsolescence risk at the earliest stage and then mitigate the risk with our extensive stock and customised obsolescence management programme.
We offer a highly skilled service for the maintenance and life extension of high and low value LRUs. We extend the life of LRUs, systems and components through routine overhaul, repair, re-certification and small batch production solutions, to your approved standards.
\As an example of our Legacy Experience, we undertook the assessment of some major Weapon System LRUs which were all in need of repair as a result of obsolescence. ASL technicians correctly identified all the major deficiencies, and working in partnership with the customer, resolved the obsolescence with approved replacement parts. The units were rigorously tested, returned to the customer and installed into the aircraft platform which in turn was successfully redeployed into front line service.