Society of Maritime Industries Annual Members' Directory & Reviews

The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) Members' Directory and Annual Review each provide an opportunity to review our achievements and also inform our member's customers about the industry renowned capabilities which exist within the UK and are widely sought throughout the world.  

2018 Members' Handbook & Directory 


SMI Handbook and Members Directory 2018The 2018 edition includes articles from member organisations: 

MacTaggart Scott & Co Limited - 'The Naval & Defence Sector'  
Moffatt & Nichol - 'Balancing Maritime Cost versus Risk in the Global Drive for Energy Resilience'
Sonardyne International Limited - 'What, where and when? - New opportunities for marine autonomous operations' 
RS Aqua Limited - 'Import vs export - an SME perspective'

It also includes: 

An update from the Maritime UK
Achievements of the Society of Maritime Industries (SMI)
Directory of Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) members


The 2018 edition can be viewed here

 

2018 Annual Review 


The focus of this year’s edition is ’The Year of Engineering’ which ties in very well to the Government's 2018 Campaign that celebrates the world of engineering. Many of SMI’s members are engaged with maritime engineering and this is a great opportunity to higlhight some of the key advances in technology and to promote diveristy within the sector. 

The 2018 Annual Review 2018edition includes articles from:   

Royal Academy of Engineering – ‘A coordinated drive to address engineering skills and diversity’
University of Southampton – ‘Greater than the sum of the parts’
Eaton Electric Limited – ‘The lightning fast airbag for your low voltage switchboard: Abroad’
Chesterfield Special Cylinders – ‘Safety update: High pressure cylinder inspection process adopted worldwide to save time and budgets’
Systems Engineering & Assessment Limited (SEA) – ‘UK Submarine Fleet Communications’
Nectar group Limited – ‘The role of continuous technological innovation to enhance performance of mobile bulk commodity bagging equipment’

 
The 2018 edition can be viewed here