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Find out about JFN's selection for the UK's most prestigious national decommissioning challenge.
JFNDT receives official accreditation from Airbus for digital X-ray diagnostics.
James Fisher Nuclear solidifies its position in the Sellafield supply chain with another major decommissioning contract.
JFN features in BBC report highlighting the important decommissioning work being carried out at Sellafield.
James Fisher Nuclear lands a major decommissioning contract.
James Fisher Nuclear enhances radioactive source capability with HTSL acquisition.
State-of-the-art x-ray and nuclear diagnostics test facility in Flintshire is primed for further expansion.
It's a win for Hatti Sonley at the annual UK Nuclear Skills Award.
Pioneering Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) help move over 4,500kg of fuel rods in clear-up of Sellafield’s First Generation Magnox Storage Pond.
The Kursk tragedy of 2000, in which 118 sailors and officers perished when their nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine sank in the Barents Sea, clearly identified a need for a Russian submarine rescue ship – Divex is now providing the saturation diving capability for the new Igor Belousov rescue vessel.
James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) is the first UK company to get official accreditation for its digital radiography inspection process.
James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) has been contracted to assist with the retrieval and processing of radioactive waste from the Dounreay shaft and wet silo – in what will be the world’s deepest level nuclear clean-up task.
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.
James Fisher Inspection and Measurement services (JFIMS) have successfully delivered radiological detection monitors to the Olympic Delivery Authority.
James Fisher Nuclear is helping Sellafield Ltd and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority to investigate the first generation Magnox fuel storage pond with a view to its eventual decommissioning.
JFN awarded a contract to build a prototype sampling device for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
JF Nuclear is forging a path for the use of drones in hazardous areas with a fully certified drone inspection capability.
JFN has won the contract to manufacture highly specialised inspection tools for EDF Energy's nuclear reactors.
James Fisher Nuclear is expanding its use of drones for industrial surveys.
JFMS is celebrating a prestigious £5m contract win for a subsea survey campaign at Hinkley Point.
JFMS delivers an unexploded ordnance (UXO) service prior to the installation of Costain’s seawater cooling system.
JFN has set up an exciting new venture in Hamburg to develop and service radiation protection equipment.
James Fisher Nuclear has reached an important milestone in its major £60million decommissioning contract at Winfrith in Dorset.
James Fisher made the feature pages of the Barrow Evening Mail recently when reporters unearthed a 1968 copy of the newspaper which announced a major contract for the shipping company
James Fisher Technologies is growing its presence in the USA
Using existing technology to solve remote access problems at the high profile clean-up of the Hanford nuclear site in Washington.
James Fisher Nuclear's focus on diversity and inclusion has fostered new talent, including three new technical and engineering apprentices, helping to address the industry-wide skills shortage.
New contracts consolidate lead role in the UK nuclear decommissioning market
Three engineering graduates complete their four-year apprenticeships with James Fisher Nuclear with flying colours.
JFN has designed and built an on-site radioactive ‘source’ store at Hinkley Point C – the first new nuclear power station to be built in Britain in over 20 years.
23-year-old Gemma Elliott has graduated with a first class degree in industrial engineering which she attained as part of her apprenticeship with JFN.
JFN has received praise from Magnox for reaching a key milestone in the on-going decommissioning project at Winfrith nuclear power station in Dorset.
We meet Ian Smith, principal engineer at JFN, who is playing a key role in the team's biggest decommissioning project to date at Winfrith in Dorset
James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) has hit a significant milestone as it continues with the Steam Generating Heavy Water Reactor (SGHWR) decommissioning project at Winfrith, Dorset.
JFN acquired a large-scale industrial facility at Bower in Caithness (Scotland), to be used to develop a dedicated testing and trials unit.