09 May 2016
Topaz Energy and Marine, a leading international offshore support vessel company, approached us as they wanted a number of system enhancements made to the Topaz Mamlaka, a 62 metre anchor handling tug supply vessel in their fleet.
17 Mar 2016
PSM Instrumentation Ltd is pleased to announce a strategic investment by Scanjet Holding AB.
10 Feb 2016
Columbia Cruise Services (CCS) Commissions PSM to Install New Tank Gauging System on the MV Thomson Dream Cruise Ship.
11 Jan 2016
After launching our new VPM 4310 Integrated Tank Gauging System last year, the benefits of this new product, specifically designed for smaller ships, are already being recognised in the market.
26 Oct 2015
Being able to offer a wide range of products for all our different types of customers is of utmost importance to us all at PSM, so we are now delighted to announce the launch of our new VPM 4310 Integrated Tank Gauging System, which has been specifically
08 Oct 2015
A University of Brighton Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) has been shortlisted for a prestigious award that recognises the people and partnerships behind the most inspirational and successful KTP projects in the UK. The university’s programme with P
30 Sep 2015
PSM is pleased to announce that we will be part of the Middle East Offshore Marine & Workboats Show 2015. Please come and visit us on stand N30c
24 Jul 2015
In recognition of our unique ability to ‘reverse engineer’ existing installations, the UK’s Royal Navy has named PSM as a primary supplier of tank level instrumentation to their surface warship and support vessel fleet.
22 Jun 2015
PSM Marine’s rugged and reliable ICT 1000 level transmitters have been selected for the Canadian Coast Guard Fleet as part of the country’s multi-billon dollar national shipbuilding program.
26 May 2015
As testament to its unrivalled product quality and customer service, PSM Marine has won a contract to supply tank gauging systems for two new Spanish Navy ‘Buque de Acción Marítima’ vessels following its successful delivery of four previous ships ov