Unassailable Fit & Forget Pressure Moulded Cable Systems for Hostile Environments

Marine Archive

  • Supporting Ocean Sustainability

    Today is World Oceans Day, an environment that we are passionate about. The sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods, and jobs while preserving the health of ocean ecosystem drives a global economy which can benefit us all.Our work, designing and manufacturing cable harness systems for this most challenging environment supports businesses…

    Read More
  • SMI making waves in Pembrokeshire

    SMI attended Wales’ only conference dedicated to marine energy this week. Marine Energy Wales brings together over 200 attendees to discuss the future of renewable energy in Wales. The conference also showcased a number of technologies that are exploiting the natural resource of the area in an efficient, effective and sustainable way. SMI designs and…

    Read More
  • Old friends & new customers provide the right blend for success at OI 22

    The SMI Business Development team were out in force this week attending Oceanology International at the Excel Centre in London. Running for over 50 years, Oceanology International is the leading forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the world’s marine science and ocean technology communities. This year, the event in London…

    Read More
  • SMI supporting the blue economy at Subsea Expo 2022

    Business Development Manager, Amber Flower, was in Aberdeen this week at Subsea Expo 2022. This great opportunity to get face-to-face with customers in Scotland did not disappoint – with over 100 exhibiting companies to see and 45 conference speakers presenting. Amber (left) was there to discuss our fit and forget cable technologies with oil &…

    Read More
  • HMAS Rankin Australian submarine

    Submarine construction programme lifts Australia’s ambitions

    Our friends at the Submarine Institute of Australia were due to run a seminar today. The question they were to consider is ‘Might submarines lead a nuclear industry in Australia?’. Unfortunately, rising cases of Covid’s ‘Delta’ variant has caused the event to be postponed. We of course wish everyone there all the best. In 2015,…

    Read More
  • USS North Dakota Virginia class US submarine

    US Navy’s Virginia class submarines compromised by failing parts

    Having assessed the threats facing the country, your government pours investment into a submarine fleet, only to find the boats are unexpectedly and persistently under repair alongside, rather than being available for tasking. That is the situation now facing the US with its Virginia class. Parts used within the class have served for far less…

    Read More
  • World Oceans Day 2021 - microplastics impacting the ocean

    This World Oceans Day We Should Consider How Plastic Is Used

    Today is the UN’s World Oceans Day so we’d like to discuss a related topic that we know most about: plastic. As you probably know, waste plastic in the marine environment is an increasing problem. Some plastics don’t degrade in sea water so could remain in their manufactured shape for thousands of years. On the other hand,…

    Read More