Marine services from EECO

marine_servicesTMBTo learn more, download our Marine Services overview or call us at 800.993.3326 and ask for the Marine Team.

Contact the Marine Team

The marine electrical purchasing requirements of shipbuilding and repair are extremely demanding. OEM parts must be sourced under stringent guidelines and thoroughly inspected for compliance. Schedules are planned far in advance to accommodate hundreds of technicians working together to get ships out of dry dock on time.

EECO serves as a branch of marine electrical procurement to ensure that needed material is procured and delivered accurately to meet these demanding requirements. Our Marine Team consists of a group of professionals dedicated to providing pre-delivery quality inspection and verification services for shipbuilding and repair applications.

Our Marine Team

  • Lean processes with documented procedures and training
  • Dedicated databases designed for quality inspection and verification services
  • Trained inspectors and dedicated quality control
  • Internal and external periodic audits for compliance
  • Regular scorecard performance reviews
  • Background checks for all onsite personnel
  • Strict adherence to security policy

Marine Electrical Quality Inspection and Verification Services

  • Analysis of specifications and supplementals
  • Confirmation of requirements to OEM suppliers
  • Management of hard copy drawings and data sheets
  • Confirmation of availability and shipping requirements
  • Data entry directly into shipboard contractor systems
  • Order placement and management
  • Inspection of goods per quality control requirements to specification
  • Labeling, kitting, and packaging to specification
  • Staging per scheduling requirements

Proudly supporting Huntington Ingalls

Huntington Ingalls Industries designs, builds and manages the life-cycle of the most complex nuclear- and conventionally powered ships for the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard. For more than a century, HII’s Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in Virginia and Mississippi have built more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder.