This collaboration between the three companies has been driven by a shared commitment to improving the marine environment and addressing Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) challenges. The project, which is set to be completed at the end of the month, will set a new standard for design and results in this field.
Simon de la Rue, Director of Blue Parameters, commented, “Working with the teams at Seaflex and English Braids has been an exhibition of enthusiasm and collaboration. The marine environment is a challenging space to operate in. And with increased use both recreational and commercial the impact on the seabed and biodiversity has been significantly higher. Bringing together the top partners in their fields will result in a new standard for mooring systems that protect the environment and allow nature to get back on its feet without compromising quality or safety for the marine industry.”
Chris Duffy of English Braids added, “Sustainability has been a core driver for our business over the last 3 years, we have been at the forefront of developing the use of recycled synthetic rope and carbon-reduced products across our ranges. The project with Seaflex and Blue Parameters is the latest example of how blending existing experiences and technologies from like-minded and progressive companies can spur innovation and development in the sector. We are excited about the benefits this partnership will bring and are looking forward to the wider rollout of the technology and the scale of the potential applications. This endeavor will go a long way to assist in our mission to protect our oceans for the next generation.”
Lars Brandt, CEO of Seaflex said “This Partnership highlights the importance and value of long-term sustainability through our partners. We are thrilled with this development and will be supporting it through our resources in Sweden. Moving forward with the contribution of sustainable and environmentally safe and sound moorings is essential and the partnership with Blue Parameters is going to be a key part of the process.”