Archived case studies
Discover more about the global projects James Fisher Strainstall is involved with.
Browse our case studies using the links below to find out how we support our clients in a range of market sectors.
Following the successful installation of CWS™ onto approximately 90 straddle carriers at DP World Southampton, James Fisher Strainstall was awarded the contract for a container weight monitoring system to be installed onto four pre-exisiting rubber tyre gantries at DP World Hong Kong.
As part of the pioneering contract between James Fisher Strainstall and Kalmar, the Flavio terminal in Italy has been supplied with four Kalmar reach stackers, each fitted with James Fisher Strainstall’s Container Weight System™ (CWS™).
James Fisher Strainstall has recently completed installation of its innovative Container Weight SystemTM onto approximately 90 straddle carriers at DP World Southampton (DPWS).
With half a century of experience in load monitoring and systems providing, James Fisher Strainstall is a world leader in developing solutions that enhance the safety and performance of customers’ assets.
A measured approach
James Fisher Strainstall has distinguished itself with technology and expertise that allows it to provide solutions in a host of hazardous areas.
Protecting Qatari heritage building
During enabling works for the new National Museum of Qatar, Strainstall Middle East monitor vibrations and ground water levels around the old Amiri Palace.
CrackFirst™ fatigue monitoring
James Fisher Strainstall commissioned to install CrackFirst™ sensors onto a multi-purpose cargo vessel.
Strainstall measures deflection on Jamarat Bridge, Saudi Arabia.
Structural monitoring system
Strainstall Middle East was contracted to provide a complete monitoring system to measure elastic shortening within the tower's structure and stress within the core walls and columns.
Sheikh Zayad Bridge
Strainstall Middle East was contracted to install K type thermocouples in the east main pier, the reading of which were taken manually during the curing process.