Clements Adds to its team

Many customers will recognise a familiar face who has recently re-joined the team at Clements Engineering. Andy Childs, who has extensive knowledge of both the Clements products as well as the

Building to Lloyds Register

Here at the factory, we have 6 ship sets of sterngear and propellers going to one of our Middle Eastern customers. All the propellers and brackets are being designed and produced

Working with customers near and far

In December of 2020, Austhai Marine, Thailand’s leading manufacturer of series production Catamarans, completed the build of two 18m ferries destined for Sierra Leone in West Africa. Unfortunately covid intervened and

An unusual project for Clements Engineering

This week, Paul called in to Safety Boat Services to see a project currently under development at their facility. Clements are renowned for working with different types of boats, but this

New team member for Clements

We have a new member of the team here at Clements – I am George, and I am new to the Clements Team, I joined in February 2022 and work closely

Clements Engineering celebrates 40 years in business

Clements Engineering based in St Neots, Bedfordshire is celebrating 40 years in business this October. Designing and manufacturing a wide range of stern gear on their site, including their own foundry, Clements

A repair story from Muchgigglin

Here at Clements Engineering we regularly have urgent repairs to carry out on propellers and stern gear. Anytime a repair comes in we know that the boat owners want things turned

Clements and MAPSO Marine

Clements Engineering has worked with MAPSO, an Egyptian Company working in the marine industry for many years, supplying stern gear to a variety of projects.  MAPSO delivers a wide range of

Boat Winter Storage

It’s that time of year when many boats are coming out of the water for winter storage and often the first-time many owners will have seen their propellers all season. It’s

Feedback from fishing boat customer

Here at Clements Engineering we often attend sea trials with our clients to either trouble shoot issues so that we can design new equipment or test new equipment. Each vessel will