Safinah Group’s latest news and information, plus details of exciting new projects that we are taking on. Make sure to check back soon for more updates.
Join Keith Hutchinson of Safinah Group to hear about the first turbine steamer – the 1894 SY Turbinia (the fastest ship of its time) and the 1907 liner RMS Mauretania…
Join Safinah Group’s Dr Raouf Kattan to hear a talk on his career and how the coatings industry has changed in the last 50 years…
Will a cargo hold coatings protect the cargo hold against all damages and corrosion? This is a question we are often asked. Read on to find out more…
Bojan Dundovic joined Safinah Group’s Commercial Team in September 2021 as a Business Development Manager for Central and Southern Europe.
Safinah Group’s expertise on technical matters related to coating failures has been added to the Baltic Expert Witness Association list of experts.
Dr. Benigna v. Brederlow joined the Safinah Group Yacht team as Head of Yacht in November 2020.
This is one of the questions most frequently asked by clients who engage Safinah to give an expert opinion on fouling type(s), fouling severity, cleaning methods, cleaning damage and effect on performance.
Jon Bayley will give a free to attend webinar for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) on an “Introduction to passive fire protection coatings”
Learn more about antifouling performance and current technology selection trends.
PhD Level Research: Applications Open for an Exciting Project on Targeted Control of Marine Biofouling
Safinah Group is proud to support a molecular ecology project led by the University of Essex aimed to enhance current understanding of colonisation and growth of marine biofouling with the help of next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based techniques.
Safinah Group has secured a place on the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult’s Fit 4 Offshore Renewables (F4OR) New Anglia Programme.
Safinah Group is the newest member of Marine Energy Wales, an initiative dedicated to establishing Wales as a global leader in sustainable marine energy generation