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C-Kore Systems receive their 2nd Queen’s Award for Enterprise

C-Kore Systems Limited from Escrick, York is celebrating as they were honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for the second time in 3 years.  Following their award for Innovation in 2019, they have now been recognised for their contribution to International Trade. The formal Queen’s Award presentation was an […]

January 12th, 2022|General|

C-Kore’s 500th Subsea Testing Unit Deployed

C-Kore Systems is proud to announce the deployment of their 500th subsea testing tools. This milestone event occurred for a fault-finding campaign in Australian waters, one of C-Kore’s largest markets.

C-Kore’s subsea testing units have gained worldwide acceptance with both operators and contractors for the cost-savings the tools provide, the reduction […]

January 6th, 2022|Deployment|

C-Kore celebrates successful umbilical monitoring campaign with Vår Energi in Norway

C-Kore Systems successfully completed an umbilical monitoring campaign for Vår Energi on their Balder Future project in Norway. The C-Kore Cable Monitor units were used to test the insulation resistance and continuity of the umbilical electrical lines during installation. With their automated test routine, the C-Kore units quickly and repeatedly […]

December 21st, 2021|Deployment|

C-Kore welcomes local MP

C-Kore was pleased to welcome the Thirsk and Malton MP, Kevin Hollinrake, to see the innovative subsea testing equipment C-Kore have developed and hire to customers worldwide.

Read more in a recent report in our local newspaper.

November 30th, 2021|General|

The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Reception at Windsor Castle

Our Lead Engineer, Tom Lea, was delighted to attend last night’s Royal reception at Windsor Castle following C-Kore being awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) this year.

The reception, hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales, brought together winners of this prestigous award.  Tom said “It was a fantastic […]

November 11th, 2021|General|

C-Kore quickly locates subsea faults offshore Australia

C-Kore Systems successfully executed an electrical fault-finding campaign on a subsea field offshore Australia.  Both the C-Kore Cable Monitor units (IR) and Subsea TDR units were used to test the subsea electrical control system and identify the precise location of insulation resistance faults.  The ease of deployment from the ROV, […]

October 14th, 2021|Deployment|

C-Kore Expands its Horizons

The reputation of C-Kore subsea test tools for quickly and accurately locating existing faults in subsea circuits, and for monitoring the integrity of new umbilicals during installation, continues to spread around the globe.   Over recent months the UK based company, C-Kore Systems Ltd, has been delighted to add Angola, China, […]

September 2nd, 2021|Deployment|

C-Kore Systems welcomes Ian Griffiths

C-Kore Systems is pleased to announce Ian Griffiths has joined the company to represent C-Kore as their Sales Manager in the USA.

Ian has an engineering career spanning more than 30 years in design, manufacturing, operations, service and commercial. Most of the last 22 years have been in the subsea sector […]

August 17th, 2021|General|

Cranium Engineering deploys C-Kore units again in Nigeria

C-Kore Systems recently completed another successful campaign with VAYCO Oil tools and their Nigerian partner Cranium Engineering for a major oil operator offshore Nigeria. The C-Kore tools were used to test the electrical integrity of the subsea assets. With their quick results, the C-Kore tools insured minimum interruptions to the […]

June 8th, 2021|Deployment|

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