9th August 2017
NEW VACANCY – SENIOR ENGINEER
In response to a growing demand for our services across all markets we need to strengthen our mechanical engineering team. We’re looking for experienced and suitably qualified professionals to fill the role of Senior Engineer. Candidates for this important position will need to demonstrate appropriate technical skills, the ability to work with and to supervise others and a strong track record of delivery in the markets we serve or those closely related. You’ll find the work both challenging and rewarding and enjoy a supportive team culture.
Submit your CV to email@example.com
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Call Nick Adams for an informal chat on +44 1434 648240
1st August 2017
Smiling faces reflect good progress in 2017. We’re seeing growing demand for our services in all key markets.
7th June 2017
RED ENGINEERING PUTS NEW RUBBER PADS TO THE TEST
FAST track testing services provided by RED Engineering have helped to confirm the viability of new rubber coated tensioner pads under development for the offshore energy sector.
The North East-based firm of engineers completed the work for Metflex Precision Mouldings Ltd, which needed to validate the performance characteristics of its new EM range of natural rubbers.
The project has involved a small-scale test rig to complete a set of comparative friction coefficient tests of a 50mm x 50mm x 5mm sample against a polyurethane (PU) section already in use for tensioner track pads.
22 May 2017
Diversification sees RED Fit For Nuclear
RED Engineering’s taken another notable step forward on its path to diversification into the nuclear decommissioning sector after gaining the coveted Fit For Nuclear (F4N) accreditation.
F4N is delivered by the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Centre (Nuclear AMRC) – part of the national High Value Manufacturing Catapult which helps companies bid for work in the civil nuclear supply chain – and is independent validation that our production systems and processes meet the standards required by the nuclear industry.
24th April 2017
RED ENGINEERING WINS QUEEN’S AWARD
RED Engineering has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation in recognition of its ground-breaking approach to designing and delivering complex engineering challenges.
The Queen’s Award is one of the highest honours that can be bestowed on a UK-based company and is given annually to those who have realised outstanding success and achievement.
RED Engineering (formerly RED Marine) provides consultancy, bespoke equipment and testing services for clients in the offshore oil and gas, renewables and nuclear decommissioning sectors.
11th April 2017
NEW TECHNOLOGY TARGETING ‘SIGNIFICANT’ MARINE FUEL SAVINGS
FUEL savings of up to 8% could be achieved by ship owners and operators on the back of a new waste heat recovery system that will benefit from development work by engineering specialists, RED Engineering (formerly Red Marine).
The £3.6m project, led by Cramlington firm, AVID Technology (www.avidtp.com), which is set to transform environmental standards in the marine sector, features technology engineered to reduce emissions and vessel operating costs by converting waste heat from the vessel engine into electricity.
3rd March 2017
We’re recruiting – join the RED engineers
If you’re passionate about engineering and working closely with clients to develop winning commercial and technical solutions to their specific challenges, then you might be the person for us.
We have an opportunity for somebody to play a key role in the continued growth and development of RED Engineering, a trusted engineering partner to clients operating on a global basis. As part of the continued expansion of our testing services, we are currently seeking a Business Developer to champion this area of our business.
27th February 2017
Enhanced Tensioner Pad Test Capability Launched
RED Engineering has now completed the comprehensive upgrade of its TR630 test rig, significantly enhancing its tensioner pad testing capabilities – the high capacity, automated rig can simulate 4 track operations with crush loads of up to 75t per track in a wide range of environmental conditions.