Stainless sanitising station

COVID-19 Stainless Steel Hand Sanitising Stations

A recent addition to our product line are stainless steel wall mounted brackets for hand sanitising stations. We’ve all aware that we’re going to need hand sanitising stations in the workplace for the forseeable future due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Sanitising stations have recently sprung on to the market and come in many different forms and some at extortionate cost!  We were looking for a neat wall mounted solution but found this option lacking.  Hence, the development of a simple, easy to clean and install wall bracket made in stainless steel.  For further details on this product please email 

A New Subsea “Monster”

A New Subsea “Monster”

Calder Engineering have recently launched their XL/SUB01 subsea basket to the offshore hire market.  The monster XL/SUB01 has a large payload of 15 tonnes, and at 6.9m long x 4m wide allows for ease of deployment and recovery of large equipment subsea. 

Marena Calder, Business Development Manager said “We’ve been providing engineering services to the offshore industry for over 30 years, so we’re familiar with the challenges that come with it.  It was a natural progression in 2010 to design and build our own range of DNVGL certified offshore containers and more recently we saw a gap in the market for these niche subsea baskets.  We’ve put much effort and thought in to the design to create extra large and powerful baskets that have a large payload to cope with the majority of deployment, recovery and decommissioning projects. We’ve received very positive feedback about them and plan to extend the hire fleet.”

Their baskets are designed and certified to DNVGL 2.7-3 offshore standard and are available for hire on long or short-term contracts.  Further details can be found on Calder Engineering’s web site or by emailing

Living Wage Employer

We are delighted to support the Scottish Living Wage and are now a fully accredited Living Wage Employer.

2016 was a phenomenal year for the Living Wage campaign.  The number of Living Wage employers grew by 1,000.  However, with 1 in 5 working people earning below the Living Wage, there remains more to be done to tackle low pay.  If you’re not already a Living Wage employer why not consider joining, details can be found on the Scottish Living Wage web page.