- MOL LNG Transport (Europe) Ltd equip its LNG fleet’s marine cranes with SmartLoad® load monitoring
- Fendercare Marine’s fenders continued success story for Forth Logistics Marine Services
- Fendercare Marine supports critical mooring operations at ABP’s Southampton terminal
- Installing BridgeStrike monitoring system for London Underground
Case studies archive
Find out more about some of the previous global projects James Fisher has been involved in.
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Inspection diving in the Celtic Sea
Fendercare Marine assist with inspection diving at one of Ireland's longest established gas production platforms in the Celtic Sea.
James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) were proud to play an integral role in the 2012 London Olympics.
Risk removal at Magnox fuel storage pond
James Fisher Nuclear assist Sellafield Ltd and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority to investigate fuel storage pond.
The “Dirty Harry” Contaminated Water Diving System is designed to provide a safe and efficient surface supplied system.
James Fisher deep mine countermeasure divers use Clearance Divers' Life Support Equipment (CDLSE).
Divex (now part of JFD) offer a range of 12, 18 and 24 man saturation systems for integration into new diving support vessels.
Subsea 7 saturation diving system
Divex (now part of JFD) offer a flexible range of 12, 18 and 24 man saturation design systems for integration into new diving support vessels.
NATO Submarine Rescue System
The NSRS (NATO Submarine Rescue System) is at the forefront of submarine rescue technology.
Divex modular saturation diving systems designed to rapidly deploy vessels for Shanghai salvage.
Ice Breaking Emergency Evacuation Vessel (IBEEV) is currently used in one of the world's largest offshore natural gas developments.
Divex, now part of JFD, assists the US Navy with a deck transfer lock (DLT).
James Fisher tanker answers emergency call
Coastguards and anti-pollution teams were put on high alert when the MSC Napoli was deliberately run-aground at Branscombe, off the Devon coast.
James Fisher Defence equipment and personnel mobilised to Kamchatka in response to AS28 Priz incident.