Marine Surveying for Australis
We supervised the project through the docking period in SCT shipyard, ensuring that the requested works fits perfectly with the expectations of the Client.
Training courses in MTU training center
February 28th, 2015 - Since engine and systems technology is constantly evolving, we find necessary for our employees to be up-to-date with the latest technological improvements. In February, our selected employees attended and successfully passed full time courses 4000 M3/ M and ECU-7/ E3 for Blue line/ Smart line in MTU training center in Friedrichshafen, Germany. MTU is renowned for its highest level of technological expertise and its comprehensive trainings made our...
DEIF – Service and designer course for our employees
February 6th, 2015 - In DEIF training centre in Skive, Denmark Capax technicians completed DEIF PPM 3 Service/ Designer training course. DEIF from Denmark offers three global training courses and a variety of additional courses giving an in-depth gradual learning scale that enables all the technicians to fully master the sophisticated features of DEIF’s generator controllers. With the rapid advances in generator control and the increasingly sophisticated communication...
Capax at Lloyd's list
January 7th, 2015 - Capax Ltd. was added to the Lloyd's list of Facility approved surveyors. This appointment is a recognition of our work and appreciation of our service which is conducted, as Lloyd’s emphasizes, in a professional and efficient manner in accordance with good surveying practice.
Regional Chamber of Commerce awarded Capax Ltd.
October 15th, 2014 - Additional confirmation of Capax business excellence arrived from Regional Chamber of Commerce of Sibenik-Knin County as the company was awarded with Golden plaque in the category of best small business in 2013. Capax is specialized in marine engineering, servicing yachts and mega yachts not only in Croatian marinas and shipyards but in overall Mediterranean, being particularly well recognized on the Italian and French coast. Significant changes were...