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06Aug 2019
smi team at exhibition

Though the summer holidays have just begun, our focus is squarely on autumn as we prepare for exhibitions and conferences around the world. In just over 6 weeks we’re in London exhibiting again at DSEI from 10 – 13th September. The world’s leading defence and security event with over 35,000 attendees sees us back in […]

22Jul 2019
bike riding through muddy water

Transport themes conclude July’s look at the Hidden Talents of Scientific Management International. First is Senior Design Engineer, Adam Rimmer, who prefers pedal power to petrol power and has cycled over 4,500 miles raising money for charity. Having recently become a father, he has swapped the paniers for a child seat until his daughter Florence […]

15Jul 2019
abstract art work from smi

Continuing our look at the Hidden Talents at Scientific Management International this week we learned more about the teams here in Andover, UK and further afield. We discovered that James Woods, one of our apprentices at SMI, is a qualified scuba diver. Perhaps we should be putting him to work with some of our diver […]

09Jul 2019
young people at smi stand

We took our fit & forget technology on the road on Tuesday to attend the Get Inspired Test Valley day at the Museum of Army Flying. Aimed at Years 6-10 this event, organised by EBP South, was aimed to give students an understanding of the exciting career paths open to them within Test Valley. As […]

08Jul 2019
wood table

Each week in July we have been exploring the hidden talents of our team at SMI. This week we discovered that two of our team have very artistic abilities. Warehouse Manager, Simon Osborn, has been designing and creating reclaimed timber coffee tables. He told us, “I’d never really acted upon my fondness for woodwork at […]

02Jul 2019
anne marie art

At Scientific Management International it’s that time of year when all our staff take time to review their personal development and consider which new skills they would like to develop in the year ahead. In addition to their vocational abilities, we’ve been exploring some of the skills, talents and interests outside the workplace that make […]

12Jun 2019

Enham Trust is a Hampshire based charity that provides services to over 6,500 disabled people each year. They focus on 3 aspects in someone’s life – care, housing and employment, supplying a wraparound service tailored to the individual and their specific needs. This approach not only helps solve the physical challenges that many disabled people […]

05Jun 2019
volunteers week - small

Volunteers’ Week is a chance to celebrate and say thank you for the fantastic contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK. It takes place on 1-7 June every year and is an opportunity to celebrate volunteering in all its diversity. During the week, hundreds of events and celebrations take place across the country, saying […]

05Jun 2019
seanergy logo

Taking place from 5-7 June 2019 in Dunkirk, Seanergy is the international forum dedicated to Offshore Wind and Marine Renewable Energy. Seanergy aims to structure and promote the MRE sector through the field of offshore wind – fixed and floating – tidal energy, floating solar, wave energy, and marine thermal energy (MTE). Dedicated to the […]

20May 2019

Scientific Management International is delighted to be associated with the 2019 celebrations to mark fifty years of its Continuous At Sea Deterrent (CASD). Known as Operation Relentless, at least one Royal Navy ballistic submarine has been patrolling the world’s oceans, unseen and undetected for 50 years. CASD is the longest sustained military operation ever undertaken […]