Indian Navy Submarine Rescue System
JFD successfully completes two weeks of rigorous but extremely successful submarine rescue exercises off the coast of Western Australia. JFD partnered with the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) to conduct the annual “Black Carillon” exercise which tests Australia’s submarine rescue system in a series of scenarios designed to replicate a real-life submarine rescue emergency.
JFD successfully managed an on-call emergency which occurred at the same time as an on going hyperbaric welding trial, necessitating the deployment of all aspects of its saturation system.
Safety first for deep sea divers
JFD has landed an exclusive partnership deal with Flash Tekk Engineering in Singapore to develop a new advanced range of Self-Propelled Hyperbaric Lifeboats (SPHLs) for the commercial diving market.
Top BAE award for JFD
JFD has won a commendation award from BAE Systems for its support of the Astute programme for the British Royal Navy.
JFD has been awarded a £193m contract by the Indian Navy for the provision and long term support of its submarine rescue capability.
Hollywood comes to the NHC
National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC) in Aberdeen was transformed into a movie set for three days as highly authentic underwater scenes were filmed there for the Hollywood movie ‘Pressure’, now out on DVD.
JFD to the rescue
The prestigious and internationally respected Nato submarine rescue contract has been reclaimed by JFD.
Technip 24 man saturation system
Technip a world leading company in project management, engineering and construction for the energy industry, has awarded Divex the contract to design, build and commission a saturation diving system to Technip’s specification onboard one of its newbuild vessels.