News & Reviews For The Marine Industry
Showing News Items from July 2020
Wednesday, 29th July 2020
Barrel buoys (also known as admiralty buoys) have traditionally been made in steel. This can be problematic for operators due to
Tuesday, 28th July 2020
Fires and explosions pose a constant threat to the safety of miners and to the productive capacity of mines. Mine fires and explosions traditionally have ranked among the most devastating industrial disasters. The prevention and control of these in mines
Friday, 24th July 2020
Our marine team recently supplied six foam filled orange fenders to a port in Southern England. They needed fenders able to produce a specific standoff distance between the quay wall and any vessel that may want to berth in the port.
Thursday, 16th July 2020
In the midst of the most challenging global pandemic The SMS Group, headquartered in Southampton, has both adapted and expanded.
Friday, 10th July 2020
Working closely with customers in the oil and gas industry (including oil rigs and FPSO's), our marine team were able to provide chain support buoys and help provide a solution which was not standard.
Wednesday, 1st July 2020
Leading safety and technical training provider for the wind, oil and gas and maritime industries, Maersk Training in the UK (Maersk Training), has recently announced an agreement with Babcock Marine Training, part of the Babcock International Group, to de