Spring 2018

Welcome to the Spring 2018 edition of the James Fisher corporate newsletter - the Pelican.

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Spring 2018

Renewable energy

JFMS wins major offshore wind farm contract

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has signed a significant, five year contract to provide marine services for London Array, the world’s largest operational offshore wind farm situated in the Thames Estuary.

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Construction

Aiming high in Kuala Lumpur

Strainstall Malaysia has been awarded a major contract to incorporate its structural monitoring equipment into the construction of what will be the fifth tallest building in the world.

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Marine

Making the grade

JFSS was delighted to hear at the end of 2017 that two of its Officer Trainees had received outstanding achievement awards.

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Marine

Ardent-Subtech to the rescue

When a yachts competing in the Clipper Round the World race ran aground at Africa’s Cape Peninsula, a team from Ardent-Subtech was sent in to help.

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Marine

Lightening the aquaculture load

Scottish aquaculture companies have begun to adopt Scotload’s specialised load-analysing links on their nets to compliance with industry lifting regulations.

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Oil and gas

Focus on quality services in Nigeria

James Fisher moves into Nigeria to expand the group’s portfolio of services to the growing regional oil and gas market, encompassing its diverse range of capabilities.

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Oil and gas

JFSE makes its mark in India

JFSE has begun work on its longest pipeline trenching project to date – with a 110km trench at the Daman gas field, off the Mumbai coast in India.

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Renewable energy

Academic partnership

JFMS has secured a partnership with the University of Exeter to develop new software solutions for increasing efficiencies in offshore wind power.

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Construction

University challenge

James Fisher’s visual asset and data management specialist company, Return To Scene will be involved in a joint study with Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.

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