AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

08 February 2018
Partnership recognised between the AEMT and ISES associations.
The AEMT is pleased to have come to an agreement with ISES (The International Ship Engineering Service Association) so that our combined memberships can provide a worldwide electrical, mechanical, electronic, and technical service to ship and vessel operators, and managers of marine support and offshore equipment.
The combined network of members offers a comprehensive international coverage, with the AEMT’s coverage in the UK, Europe, The Gulf, and South East Asia, and ISES adding additional coverage internationally in Europe, Australia, North and South America, China, Korea, and Japan.

AEMT members worldwide offer a comprehensive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering service. Some members offer on voyage repairs and fault finding, and have access to ports and dry docks internationally. 

Members offer servicing, maintenance, condition monitoring, fault finding and repairs to power generation plants, generators and alternators, large and small machines, fans, pumps, gearboxes, turbines, transformers, drives, panels, and switchgear.
  • Electrical engineering includes service to supply, maintain, and repair small to large rotating equipment including electric machines and power generation equipment. 
  • Mechanical repairs include reclamation of worn shafts, welding, metal spraying, dynamic balancing. 
  • Condition monitoring and preventative maintenance includes thermographic imaging and analysis, vibration analysis, laser alignment, oil analysis, as well as High Voltage and Low Voltage machine monitoring.
  • The AEMT Ex register lists all members internationally that are trained to carry out repairs to Hazardous Area, ATEX and UL, machines and equipment. 
  • ISES members also supply and service marine electrical and marine electronic equipment including radar, communications, navigation aids and control circuits.
To view all AEMT members who work with Marine equipment click here, and to visit members of ISES visit

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