UK tech firm leads the way to #BreakTheBias

Sharon Rowlands Sonihull

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, Strategic Advisor at Sonihull. “We have a wonderful team environment at all of our offices and we are keen to maintain this cooperative work balance as the business expands and new offices and new dealers come on-line.”

 “As Sonihull grows, we have an opportunity to maintain strong leadership and skills throughout the business, regardless of gender, it’s as important to us as ‘Saving the Oceans, One Ship at a Time’, one of the company’s founding visions.”

 “In an era dominated by plans to become carbon neutral, Sonihull has become a technology leader capable of delivering results that can make real environmental changes. If our technology was fitted to every ocean-going vessel tomorrow, global CO2 emissions would be cut by over 160 million tonnes per year.”

“Sonihull is growing and our network of offices around the globe play an important role in ensuring that the industry can progress to gender equality as fast as our tech can have a positive impact on the environment.”

Some of the Sonihull team picking-up the Company of the Year Award at the 2021 CoventryLive Business Awards
(From left): Louise Green, Jessica Rowlands, Harriet Rowlands, and Elaine Partington were presented with the award by
Brian Galvin from award sponsor CityFibre

Protect your vessel

Sonihull’s mission is to deliver environmentally safe, cost effective antifouling wherever unwanted bio-fouling persists. Our vision is:

To make dosing the oceans with poisonous biocides and microplastics a thing of the past
To deliver effective antifouling systems using the power of ultrasound
To save the oceans, one ship at a time