e3 have announced the opening of their new base in the recently refurbished RS Global Building inside STP shipyard Mallorca. e3 will retain its head office in Portals Nous but has moved its technical and stores facilities to the new building. e3 joins several other businesses inside STP to offer the super yacht sector a true centre of excellence for refit. The move enables e3’s team of technicians to provide a rapid response to clients inside the yard and makes it easier for captains and crew to drop into the office to discuss their service needs.
Roger Horner, e3’s managing Director commented: “Over the past few years STP’s facilities have been extended and improved. The refurbishment of the RS Global Building has created an ideal environment for us to set up a base within the yard and to be closer to our clients here on Mallorca”.
The move has an added bonus of freeing up space at Head Office and e3 has lost no time in refurbishing this area to create a dedicated training facility. Two years ago e3 recognised the need for training for yacht engineers and started a programme of on-going professional development. The new training area enables the company to respond to the increasing demand for courses and expand the range and number of those delivered.
Roger Horner went on to say “When we first launched our training courses for engineers we were overwhelmed by the demand for places and quickly realised that we needed to expand the facility and programme. We have now done this and are delighted to see that latest training courses are nearly fully booked. “
e3 will be exhibiting at the Monaco Yacht Show and welcomes visitors to their stand QS 89 in the Darse Sud tent.