Spring/Summer - 2015

Mojo Maritime merger

James Fisher further strengthens its offshore renewables capabilities.

James Fisher has further strengthened its offshore renewables offering with the acquisition of Mojo Maritime Ltd - a specialist provider of project management, engineering and consultancy services to the offshore renewables industry.

Mojo and James Fisher have successfully collaborated on a number of tidal and offshore wind projects for Kawasaki, Iberdrola and Siemens but the merger will both enhance James Fisher’s specialist marine project delivery capability and give Mojo the backing and support to undertake larger and more complex marine projects.

Richard Argall, technical director of Mojo says:

"The team is extremely energised by the union - the financial strength of the Group coupled with an envied ability to cross-cut group company capabilities provides a very powerful offering to our clients."

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