JDR Cable systems Ltd

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In the world’s harshest environments and ever-increasing water depths, JDR’s world-leading products and services bring power and control to offshore oil, gas and renewable energy systems.

JDR was formed in the early 1990s when two of the most respected names in the energy industry, Jacques Cable Systems (UK) and De Regt Special Cable (Holland) merged. As a result, JDR has in excess of 75 years combined experience in the sector.

As sector specialists, JDR designs, engineers and manufactures world-class subsea power cables, subsea production umbilicals (steel tube and thermoplastic) and intervention work over control systems (IWOCS) to suit the dynamics of each customer’s application.

Its products and offshore services are an essential element of the subsea infrastructure that enables energy to reach end-users in a cost-effective, safe and environmentally responsible way.

JDR’s technical expertise and in-depth industry knowledge enables it to respond to design challenges and new situations with pioneering solutions, while retaining its proven design and technical reliability.

The company works on some of the most complex technical projects and some of the world’s largest offshore installations – as well as some of the smallest. Whatever the project, JDR has the products, services and people to support it. Its global network of highly experienced, fully certified technicians enables JDR to deliver 24/7 installation and maintenance support as well as full engineering services worldwide.

For more than 20 years, JDR has built its success on technical expertise and reliability. Every market JDR enters, every customer it serves, and every project it delivers benefits from the company’s dedication to technical quality, service and support.


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