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ANA Marine are specialists in custom-built marine air conditioning equipment for Merchant and Naval shipping vessels

Hand-built on Tyneside in the United Kingdom, ANA Marine equipment is to be found on many types of vessels, including cruise liners, bulk carriers, container ships, FPSO's, ferries, patrol vessels and offshore oil & gas drilling rigs.

Air Cooled

Air Cooled

Water Cooled

Water Cooled

Fan Coil (Chilled water)

Fan Coil (Chilled water)

Customised

Customised

About us

ANA Marine provides simple, well-built and reliable air conditioning solutions. Hand constructed on Tyneside, the ‘home’ of shipbuilding, many of our components are designed and manufactured in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Our specialised equipment is designed for the marine industry and are built to withstand a long service life under the most severe on board conditions. The components used to build our units are commonly used products and are often available worldwide.

ANA Marine was established in 2000 for the purpose of designing and manufacturing marine air conditioning equipment, NORVENT to page marine air conditioning products were subsequently incorporated into the company’s portfolio.

The founding directors of ANA Marine Limited were previously employed by NORVENT, a company which for more than 50 years have supplied air conditioning, ventilation and refrigerating equipment to HVAC Contractors, Shipbuilders, and Navies worldwide.

Our company and refrigeration engineers are F-gas certified.

ANA Marine Limited is approved by Lloyd’s Register for Applications Engineering and Assembly of Air Conditioning Units to ISO9001:2015

We regularly deliver to the following destinations

  • Holland
  • Finland
  • Germany
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Norway
  • Bangladesh
  • Canada
  • Kazakhstan
  • Korea
  • Turkey
  • Lithuania
  • Eire
  • Slovak Republic
  • Denmark
  • Hong Kong
  • Belgium
  • Sweden
  • China
  • France
  • Nigeria
  • Singapore
  • Australia 
 

We regularly deliver to the following locations:

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