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CIS have successfully completed a number of conductor installations in the Southern North Sea from their operating base in Great Yarmouth. These have included the installation of 36inch x 2inch jacket docking piles through…
CIS recently worked with several companies in East Africa  to design and build a land frame to enable the offline installation of 30" to 20" x 1" WT conductors.  The land frame enabled  CIS to…
AFL supports the cabling and network infrastructure and responds to trouble tickets for a regional retail bank with over 200 branches in the Southeast. READ MORE >
Lead and silver smelting company Britannia have named the CygScope their best equipment purchase of 2010, claiming that it has made their jobs easier and safer... READ MORE >
Germany's MEDAV specialises in direction and location finding systems. The company previously used coaxial cables with a weight of up to 900 kg for signal transmission in its positioning systems. A glass-fiber-based solution by…
Cygnus thickness gauge used for the maintenance of MV GLENACHULISH, the last of the manual turntable ferries which was built in 1969... READ MORE >
CIS maintains a permanent operations base in Singapore to support our growing markets in the Far East. Peter Kilian, Sales and Operations Manager, Asia and Pacific, heads up this base. The base has completed…
CIS maintains an operational base in Lafayette with a full complement of quality equipment and experienced personnel for all types of conductor and pile driving operations. The workshop has the facility for the fabrication…
Gates needed a solution to connect two buildings for data/network connectivity without the added expense of an internet servive provider (ISP) for phone and internet. These two plants located in Jefferson, NC, Gates manufactures hydraulic tubes for…
CIS recently completed a very demanding project in Australasia. The project was in a remote jungle location and involved the installation of some sixty 48-in. and ninety 18-in. steel foundation piles for two wharfs…