Sunny Seawork: Bright Future

There was lots of pent-up interest in Sonihull’s technology following two years of trade show disruptions Sonihull has just attended the first B2B commercial marine trade show in the UK since 2019. The Coventry-based firm that is leading the way in cleaning up the oceans and slashing CO2 emissions with its ground-breaking anti-fouling technology, was…

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The net result: Game Changing Tech

Sonihull and Cage CTRL reveal “partnership that will revolutionise the commercial aquaculture market” at Nor-Shipping 2022, Oslo In a bold return to large commercial shipping exhibitions, Sonihull has chosen Nor-Shipping to reveal details of a joint venture with Norwegian company Cage CTRL. The venture has developed a new application of Sonihull’s technology, which is set…

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Dominic Darke Appointed as Group FD

Sonihull, the UK-based manufacturer of the world’s leading ultrasonic anti-fouling systems, continues its rapid growth with the appointment of a new Group Finance Director. Dominic Darke FCA joins Sonihull with over 20 years of experience in recruiting, developing and leading Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) and Financial Control teams, covering executive positions within Environmental Support…

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SONIHULL BECOMES GREEN AWARD INCENTIVE PROVIDER

Sonihull, the world’s leading manufacturer of ultrasonic anti-fouling systems, announces a new co-operation. Sonihull has become the latest Green Award Incentive Provider and has been awarded the symbolic Green Award plaque by Jan Fransen, Executive Director of the Green Award Foundation, to commemorate officially becoming part of the Green Award Network. Established in the UK…

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Sonihull makes a big impact at SMI

“We can save the industry at least 160 million tonnes of CO2What’s more, we can do it right now” This was the bold statement from Darren Rowlands, Director of Sonihull, at SMI 2022. The Society of Maritime Industries annual conference was staged at the Gateshead Sage in Newcastle upon Tyne this week. Sonihull appeared as…

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UK tech firm leads the way to #BreakTheBias

Sonihull, the Coventry-based firm that is leading the way in cleaning-up the oceans and slashing CO2 emissions with its ground-breaking technology, is also setting the pace to #BreakTheBias of gender inequality. “60% of Sonihull employees are female, with the majority in leadership roles, which is something that we are immensely proud of.” Says Sharon Rowlands,…

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Sonihull makes waves on Sky News

In the latest episode of Sky News’, The Daily Climate Show, Sonihull ultrasonic antifouling were asked to discuss the importance ofclean hulls in fighting Climate change and reducing Carbon Dioxide emissions. “Barnacles and other living organisms are said to be driving up carbon emissions by slowing boats down. A small device that emits tiny vibrations…

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Sonihull Wins Company of the Year 2021

A marine technology firm which is aiming to help clean up the seas by cutting out the use of toxic chemicals has been crowned Company of the Year at the 2021 CoventryLive Business Awards. “I would like to offer my sincere congratulations to all of our finalists, winners and especially our Company of the Year…

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Kongsberg Maritime teams up with Sonihull ultrasonic anti-fouling

Sonihull, the Coventry-based pioneer of the world’s leading environmentally friendly anti-fouling systems, has signed an agreement with Kongsberg Maritime, the historied Norwegian maritime technology group, to be its sole-supplier of ultrasonic anti-fouling systems. The agreement covers every application in the Kongsberg Maritime’s range of Kamewa waterjets. “This agreement is a significant achievement in the current…

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UK Green Technology Director appointed Chair of IMO GloFouling Alliance

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Darren R. Jones, Director of Sonihull, one of the world’s leading green technology firms, has been elected as the Founding Chair of the GloFouling Alliance. The ground-breaking marine GIA (Global Industry Alliance) was launched in June 2020 by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to tackle two of the most pressing environmental issues of our time…

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