1 minute read - 8th November 2023
CRP Subsea expands manufacturing facility
CRP Subsea has made a significant investment to expand its polyurethane moulding manufacturing facility in Skelmersdale. This expansion reflects CRP Subsea’s commitment to meeting the increasing demand for high-quality cable protection solutions and enhancing its capabilities to serve the offshore wind, oil & gas, seismic, and telecoms industries effectively.
The investment involves the addition of two state-of-the-art semi-automatic moulding presses to CRP Subsea’s world-class manufacturing moulding facility. This facility primarily supports the production of the market leading Uraduct cable protection system and engineered mouldings that play a crucial role in protecting cables used in demanding offshore environments.
Ray Cann, operations director at CRP Subsea, said: “The addition of these semi-automatic moulding presses to our facility demonstrates our commitment to staying at the forefront of our industry. This investment enhances our capability to meet the rising demand for cable protection solutions and positions us to serve our customers more efficiently. We anticipate that this expansion will lead to a 50% increase in moulding capacity, a crucial step forward in our journey to better support our customers.”
CRP Subsea says the development of its polyurethane moulding manufacturing facility supports the company’s continuing growth journey. It added that the expansion of its polyurethane moulding manufacturing facility in Lancashire not only shows the company’s dedication to excellence, but also strengthens its position as a leader in the field. The improved capacity and efficiency will enable CRP Subsea to meet the needs of its customers with even greater agility and responsiveness.