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James Fisher has acquired Return to Scene, the Aberdeen-based offshore oil maintenance firm with 33 staff, from the administrators of SeaEnergy for £2m.
James Fisher & Sons is creating about 110 jobs at its marine services business in Lowestoft, having secured a £25m contract from Galloper.
James Fisher has bought the assets of X-Subsea, the Aberdeen-based subsea company, out of administration for £15m.
James Fisher has acquired Mojo Maritime, the Falmouth-based offshore renewable energy consultancy, for an initial £3.2m.
James Fisher has acquired the Aberdeen-based National Hyperbaric Centre for an initial £3.5m, in order to expand its services to the subsea industry.
James Fisher has acquired Testconsult, the Warrington-based structural testing firm, for £8m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired Subsea Vision, the Dorset-based operator of underwater vehicles, for £2.5m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired Osiris, the Keighley-based marine services and subsea engineering firm, for an initial £3.2m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired Divex, the Aberdeen-based supplier of diving equipment with 240 staff, for an initial £20m.
James Fisher & Sons has sold The Railway Engineering Company, the supplier of rail signal equipment, to Hitachi Europe for £25m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired RigCool, the Aberdeen-based supplier of equipment to protect drilling rigs, for £2.1m.
James Fisher has awarded a £1.5m contract to Kier Construction to build a nuclear engineering test centre in Egremont, Cumbria, by August.
James Fisher & Sons has secured a £22m finance package from Yorkshire Bank to expand its marine services business.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired MB Faber, the Leyland-based nuclear and aerospace engineering firm with more than 120 staff, for up to £5.2m.
James Fisher & Sons is to merge its Yorkshire-based Remote Marine Systems division with its Aberdeen-based Pumptools division to create a new company called RMSpumptools with 70 staff.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired JCM Scotload, the Aberdeen-based manufacturer of load measurement instruments with 11 staff, for £3m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired Pump Tools, the Aberdeen-based manufacturer of downhole tools and systems with 21 staff, for £7.7m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired NDT Inspection & Testing, the provider of testing services with more than 50 staff in Queensferry, Worcester and Sittingbourne, for £2.1m.
James Fisher & Sons has sold Ships Electronic Services, the supplier of marine electronic navigation and communications equipment, to a management buy-out for £0.4m.
James Fisher & Sons has acquired Buchan Technical Services, the Inverurie-based supplier of centrifugal pumps and hydraulic power packs, for £4.9m.
James Fisher is to acquire FT Everard, the operator of 11 coastal tankers, for £52m.
James Fisher Defence has agreed a deal with the Defence Sales Agency to acquire the assets of the UK submarine rescue service for undisclosed terms, in order to provide rescue services to other countries.
James Fisher has acquired Gjerde Lofteteknikk, the Norwegian marine services company, for £0.6m.
James Fisher has acquired Strainstall Group, the Cowes-based supplier of safety and productivity monitoring systems with 145 staff, for £7m.
James Fisher is to acquire Monyana Engineering Services, the marine equipment supplier, for £11m, and has also announced the sale of its Oceanic Pearl cable-laying vessel to Shipman Group of Norway for £11m.
James Fisher has acquired FenderCare, the Norwich-based supplier of large-scale pneumatic fenders to the shipping industry with 65 staff, for up to £12m.
James Fisher has acquired Harsh Environment Systems, the Cumbria-based supplier of monitoring solutions to the nuclear decommissioning industry, for £1.6m.
James Fisher has acquired three companies in the UK and Norway for £7.3m, including Remote Marine Systems, Nuclear Decommissioning and Reanco Team.
James Fisher is to acquire Air Supply of Norway for £4.8m and WM Defence of the UK for £3.1m, in order to expand its marine support services business.
James Fisher is to acquire Scan Tech, the Norwegian marine services company, for £8.8m, in order to expand its Underwater Engineering Services business in Aberdeen.
James Fisher is to acquire Rumic, the operator of a Glasgow-based submarine rescue response team, for up to £4m.
James Fisher has appointed corporate finance boutique EC Hambro Rabben to seek acquisitions to expand its marine services division.
James Fisher, the Barrow-based shipping concern, is acquiring P&O Tankships, the operator of 17 petroleum products tankers, for £39m.