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.
North-east company Fathom Systems has changed hands in a deal worth about £1 million.
Commercial divers operate in some of the most dangerous and extreme conditions of any industry.
Students from across the north-east got firsthand experience of working in the energy subsea sector yesterday.
Westhill-based firm JFD announced in April the development of the the Compact Bailout Rebreathing Apparatus (COBRA).
The subsea world has seen a lot of action in recent years, with some of the biggest global players joining forces.
A Scottish subsea firm has announced a North Sea first which could help save lives offshore.
JFD’s National Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen is playing a key role in the quest to enhance global subsea safety standards by increasing its global footprint and offering a wide range of high quality courses around the world.
JFD, a division of marine services group James Fisher and Sons plc, has made a range of advancements in the field of hyperbaric rescue in recent months.
JFD has delivered the first of two self-propelled, hyperbaric lifeboats ordered as part of a multi-million pound deal.
Scotland’s National Hyperbaric Centre has been given a multi-million pound redevelopment.
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.
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).
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.
A new breathing system aims to help improve safety for commercial divers by more than doubling the supply of breathing gas, its manufacturers' claim.