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A Year of Growth and Progress for PSM

It has been a year of growth and change at PSM. In April 2022, John Bullivant retired as Managing Director after 9 years in the role, and James Spenceley, previously Operations Director, took over the position.

We also became part of Alfa Laval as our parent company, Scanjet Marine, was acquired in August.

Alongside these changes to our business, we have continued to develop, manufacture and supply new products and systems to both existing and new customers.

One of our key developments is ‘Connect’, a web-based server platform, capable of accepting and processing data for all instrument types and enabling easy distribution of information to multiple locations onboard a vessel and also for remote access from shore side for live data.

We have received DNV Type Approval of the Connect system for Tank Gauging, providing the monitoring of volume, temperature, pressures and high / low alarms, plus draught measurement. In addition, we have obtained Marine Equipment Directive approval by DNV of the Connect Flood Detection System, designed and approved for use onboard passenger vessels.

Despite world events creating ongoing disruption to the global supply chain, meaning component shortages and long lead times, we have made exceptional investments in securing key critical parts, to guarantee our ability to continue supply of our complete product range within our normal delivery times.

We have received significant orders for a new dedicated Trim and Heel monitoring and display solution, plus several notable orders for Naval Vessel refits and upgrades. In addition, we have received repeat orders for complete tank level solutions for several mega yachts.

With international travel reopening up after the pandemic, we attended two of the largest marine Industry exhibitions, NorShipping and SMM, under the umbrella of Scanjet Marine.

We were successfully audited by LRQA and Intertek against international standards for ISO9001:2015 quality management systems and BS EN ISO/IEC 80079-34 quality management systems for Intrinsically Safe product manufacture.

Locally, we continue to support schools through the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) programme helping raise the profile of Engineering as a profession.


PSM Strengthens Presence in Egypt’s Tug Boat Market with New Tank Gauging Systems

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PSM Hosts Successful Online Partner Training on Hydrostatic Transmitters

We are pleased to announce the successful completion of the third session in our series of online interactive partner training sessions. The session, which focused on our range of hydrostatic transmitters, was attended by more than 50 individuals from agents ...

Reliable Water Level Monitoring for the Medway Tunnel

For 28 years, the Medway Tunnel, underneath the River Medway, which connects the towns of Chatham and Strood in Kent, England, has relied on accurate water level monitoring to guarantee a safe passage for over 40,000 vehicles per day. The ...