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.
In an exciting move, Safinah Group’s Steel Division has moved into new offices at Woodlands Square in Singapore.
With the significant increase in demand for global offshore wind projects, the technical challenges associated with corrosion protection, in particular the successful application of protective coatings, represent a significant risk to long term asset integrity
Safinah Group’s Simon Daly presented a paper entitled “Challenges for selecting coatings for the fixed and floating offshore wind industry” which was followed by a lively questions and answers session.
Safinah has been awarded a contract to project manage the recoating of a series of cargo oil tanks by a major international FPSO operator.
Join Safinah Group’s Simon Daly, Senior Corrosion Technologist, for his presentation on “challenges for selecting protective coatings for the fixed and floating offshore wind industry” at ICorr 2022.
Almost 25 years ago, an idea was born to establish a marine and heavy duty coating consultancy that would fill a gap in the market.
Safinah Group is pleased to announce that it has recently been granted Fit 4 Offshore Renewable (F4OR) status as part of the ORE Catapult’s scheme.
Join Safinah Group’s Keith Hutchinson for a technical lecture exploring the latest trends in the design, construction, and operations of offshore floating facilities and systems.
Fadzli Omar joins the Safinah Group as Business Development Manager (Asia).
Vijay Vello joins the Safinah Group as Assistant General Manager Tech Services (Asia).
Safinah Group will be exhibiting at the Offshore Wind Networking Event organised by NOF. Safinah’s Simon Daly will be attending and ready to discuss the challenges with corrosion protection and current coating selection / specification practices.
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…