Offshore wind and oil and gas decommissioning projects boosted first half profits at James Fisher and Sons.
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Scottish subsea company JFD has projects in the US defence sector in its sights after launching a new business to focus on growth in the Americas.
Profits dropped 59% at James Fisher and Sons in the first half of 2020 amid the “unprecedented headwinds” of Covid-19.
James Fisher and Sons, the marine services group with a string of businesses in the north-east, said its offshore oil division has recorded a 275% boost in profits.
James Fisher and Sons, the marine services group which owns a string of north-east businesses, has announced the appointment of a new chief executive.
An Aberdeenshire subsea excavation company has wrapped up its first project in Nigeria and established a base in the West African country.
An Aberdeenshire oil services firm, renewable energy and Indian submarines have all helped drive up profits at James Fisher and Sons.
James Fisher and Sons (JFS) announced two separate acquisitions this morning.
Westhill-based firm James Fisher and Sons has seen profits take a steady increase in the first six months of 2018.
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry will be shared with academics in a bid to develop new efficiency solutions for the construction and infrastructure sectors.
Marine oil and gas firm James Fisher and Sons has reported a significant rise in profits within its preliminary 2017 results, with renewables playing an important role.
Subsea group James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) has announced the re-engineering of one of its excavation tools in response to industry need.
JFD has delivered the first of two self-propelled, hyperbaric lifeboats ordered as part of a multi-million pound deal.
A new high velocity water jetting system is to be fitted to all James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) tools stationed at their hubs in the UK, UAE, Singapore, Venezuela, USA, Brazil, China and Mexico.
JFD said today its ground-breaking new scuba gear could be rolled out worldwide after sailing through its first major offshore test.
A new breed of lifeboat is expected to greatly improve the chances of survival of offshore divers in trouble.
The National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC) in Aberdeen has got its work down to a fine art.
Sophisticated new subsea kit just launched by one of the many subsidiaries of marine services group James Fisher and Sons has been hailed by the firm as an “exciting advancement in excavation technology”.
Subsea engineering company JFD has been awarded a framework contract worth up to £10million by the UK Defence Ministry's salvage and operations team (S&MO).
Marine services company James Fisher and Sons has snapped up an offshore wind turbine specialist in a potential £6.5million deal.
More north-east oil and gas subsea technology is on its way to China after a £13million deal struck by a new joint-venture of marine services company James Fisher and Sons.
The firm that owns the National Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen has built a new piece of kit intended for offshore rescue operations.
Aberdeen dealmakers are expecting an upturn in mergers and acquisitions amongst North Sea companies as they emerge from “survival mode” and look for new opportunities.
James Fisher and Sons said yesterday it had won a £35million contract from China for a new saturation diving system designed for salvage work at extreme depths.
The subsea excavation arm of James Fisher and Sons has added one the world’s most powerful tools to its arsenal.