JFM secure a four year contract with the MoD to provide annual infrared thermographic inspection surveys.
- JFM secure a four year contract with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide annual infrared thermographic inspection surveys.
- The contract will see JFM engineers service Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Royal Navy vessels worldwide.
- The contract award will support the MoD’s Condition Based Maintenance strategy for improved safety and reliability of their vessels at sea.
- JFM have been awarded the contract for the third time through competitive tender, which is testament to the level of professionalism and expertise continually demonstrated by the JFM team.
This is the third time JFM have been awarded the contract and is testament to the level of professionalism and expertise demonstrated by the JFM team.
JFM have proudly provided their Mimic Condition Monitoring software and services to the UK Ministry of Defence for over 25 years and their software is in daily use on board all Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary surface and sub-surface vessels.
“Our longstanding relationship with the UK MoD demonstrates our commitment to providing nothing less than excellent service,”
commented Shaun Rowe, Account Manager at JFM.
“We continue to drive excellence in the delivery of our products, services and business processes which has been key to our success.”
The awarded contract requires JFM to visit all Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels worldwide on an annual basis to conduct an Infrared Thermographic survey inspection of electrical and mechanical equipment. Additionally, JFM staff will visit the Royal Navy’s thirteen Commercially Supported vessels to provide a similar service.
“Thermographic surveying of electrical and mechanical systems not only prevents breakdowns and damage but is also a key tool in preventing potential fire risks within ships. Undertaking thermographic imaging, as part of an overall condition based maintenance strategy, provides a global navy and its support ships with improved reliability”
“We are privileged to support the UK’s Ministry of Defence vessels by ensuring safe operation, maximised efficiency and reliability worldwide.”