Fit for Offshore Renewables status achieved by CMP

Fit for Offshore Renewables status achieved by CMP

07 Mar 2022

Leading manufacturer of cable glands, cleats and accessories, CMP Products, has been granted Fit for Offshore Renewables (F4OR) status through ORE Catapult and Nuclear AMRC’s programme.

The F4OR programme, developed in conjunction with the offshore renewables energy industry, is aimed at gearing up supply chain businesses with the skills required to supply into the sector.

To kick-start the programme, CMP was audited against a criteria covering areas such as sector knowledge, QHSE, excellence, readiness for the market and product offering.

An action plan was devised following this to engage all areas of the business in activities relating to the offshore renewables energy sector.

Following successful completion of the action plan, and engagement in various webinar modules, CMP was re-audited and presented for F4OR granted status on 18 February 2022.

CMP’s Director of Quality, Health & Safety and Environment, Francisco Dominguez said: “Our F4OR status signifies our commitment to supplying greener sources of energy and demonstrates that we have the skills and capabilities required to supply to the offshore renewables energy sector.

“Not only this, but we are the first company within the north east to achieve F4OR granted status and we are extremely proud to be flying the flag for the programme within the region.”

For more information visit CMP’s website.

Read more from Industry News
CIP presents BrintØ hydrogen project in the North Sea
Read More
Hackberry Carbon Sequestration (HCS) project advances with development agreement
Read More
Delayed Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant to cost extra £3bn
Read More

Newsletter Sign Up

As a non-member, you can sign up for the EICOnline weekly bulletin free of charge. EIC Online delivers industry news direct to your mailbox. Subscribe here for the EIC’s free weekly newsletter.

First Name
Last Name
Company Name
Work Email
Job Title
Areas of Interest