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Strainstall's support to bridge operator Amey is crucial to the reopening of the Forth Road Bridge.
Prolec's specially engineered sensor solution is improving productivity during essential railway modifications.
Testconsult gets further boost from Crossrail with concrete and foundation testing, as well as structural monitoring contracts.
Scottish Water has become the first utility company to take advantage of James Fisher's multi-million pound investment at its NDT site in Deeside.
Testconsult wins two new major materials testing contracts - one for a River Mersey Bridge and the other for an Irish motorway.
James Fisher's Mersey Fisher vessel reaches 11 years without a single reported incident.
Strainstall's innovative structural monitoring system for the Forth Bridge is set to significantly reduce costs.
Fisher Offshore (FO) has created its own subsea basket for transporting equipment from the surface to the (subsea) worksite.
James Fisher Mimic upgrades its condition monitoring software for the ongoing digital revolution.
Quick reactions allow ScanTech Offshore to deliver newly certified air compressors.
Thrills but no spills on a RAF Search and Rescue helicopter training exercise.
Fendercare Marine secures contract with Ministry of Defence.
Prolec’s new rail maintenance system means fewer disrupted journeys for train travellers.
Strainstall develops cross-brand ATEX wireless solution (Zone 1 & 2).
The raising of the stricken Costa Concordia was the biggest maritime operation of its kind – and Prolec’s Digmaster system was employed on the hydraulic digger used to build the false seabed on which the vessel now rests.
A major cruise line has saved over $1.5million in annual maintenance costs, thanks to a new monitoring system developed by James Fisher Mimic.
While the James Fisher Everard tanker ‘Superiority’ was in dry dock, Pelican caught up with the captain and crew to find out about life on board.
The crew of the Milford Fisher recently celebrated the record-breaking achievement of covering in excess of 1,000 voyages and transporting more than six billion litres of fuel without a single lost time injury.
Two new state-of-the-art vessels entered service with James Fisher Everard (JFE) during 2013, reinforcing the company’s position as one of Europe’s most modern and well-equipped small tanker fleets.
Strainstall has secured a prestigious contract to deliver a structural health monitoring system and service on the Forth Replacement Crossing in Scotland, highlighting the company’s reputation as an international leader in strain gauge technology.
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.
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.
Under contract to the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) the MT Cumbrian Fisher, one of James Fisher Everard’s 18 strong fleet of double-hulled tankers, is en route to the Falkland Islands with a cargo of diesel and jet kerosene.
Strainstall celebrates 50 years at the forefront of developing innovative monitoring solutions for its global customers.
Strainstall's BridgeWatch system is specially configured to work with existing sensors to expand its sophisticated structural monitoring appeal in Malaysia.
Tanker charter company, JF Everard has joined a global taskforce backed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to stem the illegal trade in endangered animals.
In an important and unusual commission, James Fisher Marine Services has been assisting with the upgrade and preparations for sale of three ten-year-old offshore patrol vessels that have yet to see active service
Strainstall’s specialised load monitoring equipment played a crucial role in helping safely relocate the Halley research station in Antarctica.
JF Mimic had adapted its specialist condition monitoring software for the full fleet of Stolt tankers.