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Completion of cutting-edge diving system consolidates JFD's commanding presence in the saturation diving market.
JFD wins exclusive partnership deal to supply life support systems for a range of Ultra Deep Solutions' diving support vessels.
Indian Navy contract confirms JFD's position as the global leader in submarine rescue services.
JFD commended by BAE for the Astute programme.
JFD lands exclusive partnership deal with Flash Tekk Engineering to develop an advanced range of Self-Propelled Hyperbaric Lifeboats.
JFD wins massive long-term contract with the Indian Navy.
Honours list success for submarine escape and rescue specialist, Andy McPhearson.
The prestigious and internationally respected NATO submarine rescue contract has been reclaimed by JFD.
JFD and Divex work on complex saturation diving system at their new Inchinnan plant.
James Fisher has bought the National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC) based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
The first images of the Airbus A320's fuselage captured by JFD personnel.
HeliCom™ Matrix to be used at one of world’s largest defence hyperbaric training facilities.
A six month contract extends to a seven year partnership for the Corvette warships of Barrow.
James Fisher Defence has secured a new four-year ROV contract with the Ministry of Defence.
James Fisher Defence has been commended by the Royal Australian Navy for its leading role in a successful submarine rescue test exercise.
In a deal worth £1.3million, Divex has recently supplied the Swedish Navy with its state-of-the-art shallow water breathing apparatus.
James Fisher Defence (JFD) has carried out a successful refurbishment of hyperbaric (high pressure) diving equipment for the Italian Navy.
In May and June James Fisher Defence took part in Black Carillon, a Royal Australian Navy exercise to test its systems for the safe evacuation of a stranded submarine.
Supplying stealth clearance diver's life support equipment, maintenance and training to BAE Systems in the Middle East.
JFD has won a four year framework agreement worth up to £10m to supply subsea equipment and support for UK Ministry of Defence Salvage and Marine Operations (S&MO).
JFD has played a key role in a recent high profile NATO submarine testing exercise.
Last year JFD formed a partnership with Singapore-based lifeboat manufacturer Vanguard to build a new safety-advanced range of Self-Propelled Hyperbaric Lifeboats.
James Fisher has expanded its Australian presence with the acquisition of Cowan Manufacturing, a specialist diving and recompression company.
JFD has completed the build of the first of its two 3rd generation submarine rescue systems for the Indian Navy and has commenced the contracted training plan.
Rumic successfully wins the Ministry of Defence Overseers contract renewal.
James Fisher Mimic has secured a major contract to supply infrared thermographic surveys on key defence vessels
Fendercare Marine has established a new partnership agreement with HALO to supply its specialised floating safety and security barriers worldwide
Cowan delivers its first set of transportable recompression chambers to the US Navy
Two more hyperbaric lifeboats arrive in Singapore to further boost the Flash Tekk fleet
Award-winning navigation technology projected on to diving mask offers hands-free guidance in poor visibility for combat divers
One of JFD’s senior engineers has been visiting schools in Scotland to show children some of the team’s development work with submarine rescue systems
JFD successfully completes sea trials for first deep search and rescue vehicle for the Indian Navy
3rd generation submarine rescue system achieves record depths in deep-sea trials.
Fendercare Marine is continuing its reputation as the leading Yokohama fender specialist with the supply of mooring equipment to the largest vessel in the Japanese defence force.
Expanding the reach and scope of the latest submarine rescue service technology with bespoke ‘moonpool’ entry system for the Republic of Korea Navy.
Another example of the JFD commitment to safety is evidenced by the recent safety award the tem won for its bailout rebreating system.
JFD is continuing to add to its range of reliable rebreathers by bringing out a new version of its Stealth military rebreather, CDLSE, with added features and capabilities.
The JFD team has completed rigorous mating trials of its latest Portable Hyperbaric Reception Facility (PHRF) for global oil and gas company TechnipFMC.
World-leading submarine rescue system ensures ongoing high levels of safety for Australia's navy
JFD has been awarded a three-year extension to the contract with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) for the provision of the NATO Submarine Rescue System (NSRS)
JFD is delighted to have been awarded the prestigious health safety and environmental (HSE) innovation award for its Compact Bailout Rebreathing Apparatus (COBRA) system at the 2020 offshore achievement awards.
JFD has won a multi-million-pound contract to maintain the Royal Navy’s life-support diving equipment for the next five years.
JFD has commenced the final phase of the rigorous testing of the 24-man, 500m modular saturation diving system it is supplying to Chinese company, Shanghai Salvage.
At the height of the first national lockdown in May 2020, JFD swiftly adapted and changed the method of training delivered to our customers to a remote offering, available to all customers around the world.
JFD has developed a bespoke upgrade to the NATO Submarine Rescue System (NSRS) which will allow hyperbaric doctors to monitor and assess rescued submariners in the rescue chamber via a fibre optic video and voice recognition network.
JFD has been awarded a contract worth over £20 million to provide support for the UK Ministry of Defence Astute class submarines.
JFD has been working hard throughout the worldwide pandemic to meet unprecedented demand for its advanced submarine rescue vehicles (SRVs) and the team is currently building three simultaneously at its Glasgow headquarters.
James Fisher Mimic (JFM) has been selected by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide its condition monitoring system for the Royal Navy’s future Type 26 frigate fleet.