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It was in 1946, on the then Royal Air Force base of RAF Cranfield, that the establishment now known as Cranfield University was formed. Originally dubbed the College of Aeronautics, it was set up by the UK Government in the wake of the Second World War as a means of ensuring that the country retained a vibrant aerospace industry

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Dating as far back as the 19th century Hepworth International has a rich history, and has been under the management of the Eddy family since the early 20th century, therefore longevity is something that the company does not lack

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Griffon Hoverwork’s history of working in the hovercraft industry extends back over four decades. The craft are all designed in-house referencing their history and including the original British Hovercraft Corporation knowledgebase

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When it comes to creating a dream yacht for a client, Heesen Yachts utilises the most modern 3D design software Sailing in a luxury yacht is an extraordinary experience. And the experience begins in its owner’s imagination. Luxury yachts are vessels customised to unique and precise specifications, so when Frans

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The whole nine yards Founded in 1984 by Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, Mr Luis Contreras Pena and son Mr Luis E Contreras Brea, Ciramar International Trading Co., Ltd. Shipyards (CITCL) today is recognised as a well-reputed marine facility that specialises in afloat repairs, new construction, marine engineering and conversions.

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Optimum solutions It has been a busy time for Fiskerstrand Verft AS since it was last featured in Shipping and Marine magazine in August 2014, with the family-owned company enjoying an increasing order book and working on challenging projects. Proud to be part of one of the most progressive maritime

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Working from an office in the New Forest, Ian Darley has been designing custom-build vessels for nearly 40 years

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Dutch maritime consultancy and design office Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam has a rich heritage stretching back to 1872 when the Adrianus Vuyk yard was built along the river Hollandsche IJssel, a 30-man boatbuilding workshop that focused on small wooden inland transporters

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“Initially operating within the equipment supply business, Hart, Fenton & Company Ltd was formed in 1954,” states managing director, Mike Simpson

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“The company was formed in 1993,” explains Donald S. Cameron, managing director of Macduff Ship Design, who has been in the business for 35 years. “As business increased at a good speed so too did the number of staff needed to meet this rise in demand.”

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