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August 6, 2018

ESC Group is proud to announce that it is now an affiliate company of Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc. (MISI), Japan. MISI is one of the largest steel trading companies in Japan and in fact the world. 

This joining of ESC and MISI firms up a 10+ year successful relationship of two like-minded and driven corporations. 

ESC will continue to follow its path of engineering value added products and projects for the world with MISI’s wo...

December 12, 2017

The most rapid development of cathodic-protection systems was made to meet the requirements of the quickly expanding oil and natural gas industry which benefits a lot from its advantages.  Cathodic Protection of wharf structures is an effective method of corrosion protection.

Cathodic protection can, in principle, be applied to any metallic structure in contact with a bulk electrolyte. In practice its main use is to protect ste...

November 27, 2017

Marine bollards are a simple and cost-effective way to achieve mooring requirements. It is the anchor point for mooring lines to be fixed in order to safely secure vessels alongside jetties/quay, berths, wharves and dolphins in ports and harbours. Mooring bollards are highly stable and provide a safe and secure mooring.

ESC marine systems operation provides bollards in a range of design profiles, sizes and mooring line capaciti...

November 23, 2017

Marine fenders are a type of marine equipment that are used to prevent ships, boats and other naval vessels from colliding against each other or against docks, wharves and piers. They are also known as marine bumper. Rubber fenders are designed to absorb the energy that a vessel transfers to a berthing structure, hence the term energy absorption, so that the amount of energy received by the dock is much less compared to when f...

November 20, 2017

ESC has fully developed its Trench Box Series used as a two-sided excavation support system. A trench box is designed as a temporary earth retaining structure allowing the sides of the excavation to be cut vertical or near vertical. This quick and easy method ensures ground stability within a trench and helps to minimise the excavation area to avoid damage to neighbouring structures and utilities in the ground.

Trenches are act...

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