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Transport and infrastructure

Fleet management

Crossrail is one of the biggest ongoing civil engineering projects in the UK, and engineers from Strainstall are involved in some vital associated work – in ensuring that the course of the ancient Fleet river remains undisturbed by its construction.

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Company news

RMSpumptools heads to the hills for charity

Since its inception in 1996 the Caledonian Challenge has become one of the biggest events in the charity sports calendar. More than 15,000 people have taken part and helped to raise a staggering £12 million for charity.

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Company news

James Fisher acquires Divex

James Fisher and Sons plc has strengthened its global presence in the marine engineering industry through the purchase of Divex Ltd, a leading supplier of diving equipment to the offshore oil industry and related sectors.

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Company news

Russian success

Recently Divex landed a significant contract in Russia, to supply a deep saturation diving system to the Russian admiralty.

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Company news

New fleet director for JF Everard

With career experience that ranges from nuclear submarines to merchant shipping, Neil Burns brings a strong and impressively varied CV to his new role as fleet director for James Fisher Everard.

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Company news

Pedal power

James Fisher group finance director Stuart Kilpatrick has signed up for an unusual charity challenge this summer – pedalling through the night along a course that takes in some of London’s most famous landmarks.

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Transport and infrastructure

German waterways choose Prolec

Prolec’s ‘Digmaster Pro’ depth monitoring and guidance system was recently purchased by the German Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration as part of a fleet upgrade.

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Nuclear

Damaged nuclear fuel recovered

James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) has successfully supplied equipment to enable the removal of 53 damaged nuclear fuel elements at Wylfa Power Station, operated by Magnox Ltd, on Anglesey, Wales.

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