17 OF SOLAR SOLVE’S BEST ON WORLDS BIGGEST ORE CARRIERS

Vale Rio De Janeiro A ship photo

South Shields, UK based Solar Solve Marine has 17 of its SOLASAFE anti glare, heat-rejecting roller sunscreens installed at the navigation bridge windows of ‘VALE BRASIL’, the first in a new fleet of the world’s largest bulk carriers. At a staggering 402,347dwt, the giant ore carrier is 362mts long with a 62mts beam and depth […]

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IRISH FERRIES INSTALL SOLASOLV® SUNSCREENS ON JONATHAN SWIFT

HSC Jonathan Swift photo

Solar Solve Marine, the South Shields based manufacturer of SOLASOLV® marine window blinds for navigation bridge windows, has just received an order from Irish Ferries for one of its vessels. The HSC Jonathan Swift (aka Dublin Swift) is a high-speed ferry and operates on a Dublin – Holyhead service. It is named after the Anglo-Irish […]

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SOLAR SOLVE’S JULIE LIGHTFOOT GETS MBE IN NEW YEARS HONOURS

Julie Lightfoot MBE photo

A Second Generation MBE for a family business guaranteed they were celebrating after Julie Lightfoot followed in her father’s footsteps by being awarded an MBE for her Services to International Trade in the Queen’s New Year honours list 2012. Julie is Managing Director of Solar Solve Ltd, a well respected privately owned company located at […]

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SUCCESSFUL USA WORKBOAT SHOW FOR SOLAR SOLVE MARINE

New Orleans Workboat Show photo

Solar Solve Marine’s Chairman John Lightfoot and Sales Executive Paul Hopkins recently returned from a very successful booth at the New Orleans Workboat Show with more than 50 enquiries from existing customers and potential new ones. Having been a supplier of anti glare, heat rejecting roller screens to the United States Army, Navy and Coast […]

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THAILAND SHIPBUILDER CONTINUES TO ORDER SOLASOLV® SUNSCREENS

Italthai Marine ship photo

South Shields based Solar Solve Marine has just received another order from Italthai Marine Ltd in Thailand. The shipbuilder, based in Samut Prakarn in the Gulf of Thailand near Bangkok, has been building a series of Platform Supply Vessels (PSV’s) over recent years for companies such as Halul Offshore Services in Qatar and Opielok Reederei […]

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