Marine and Technology is the UK’s leading maritime support business and the largest provider of engineering support services to the Royal Navy. With its broad range of engineering and technical skills, the division delivers a wide array of through-life engineering services to defence, commercial  marine and energy markets in the UK and internationally.

Principal Activities

Naval Marine - Submarine through-life support, refit and refuelling, warship maintenance and refit, Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier assembly and naval base management.

Energy and Marine Services - Engineering support to the oil and gas, offshore renewables, specialised manufacturing and commercial marine markets.

Technology - Providing specialised systems and technical services to improve capability in the UK and international defence and commercial sectors.

International - Through-life support of Victoria class submarines in Canada and ANZAC class frigates in Australia. Surface ship maintenance, repair and overhaul alongside dockyard management in New Zealand.

Key Customers Include

Royal Navy, Australian government, New Zealand government, Canadian government, DE&S, BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, Navantia, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, Hyundai Heavy Industries, BP and Shell

Key Facts

Chief Executive John Howie
Employees 11,459
Full year results 2016
Revenue £1,696m
Operating profit  £199m
Return on Revenue 11.7%