Aish Puts on a Show for National Apprenticeship Week

Posted on 17, Mar | Posted by Chris Hoadley

Aish Technologies attended Bournemouth & Poole College this week for their Open Event focused on apprenticeships.  The event took place as part of National Apprenticeship Week, in the aim of promoting employment opportunities for young people. HR manager Dorothy Westerman, Senior Electrical Engineer Jeff Taylor-Jackson and Chloe Emmerson, who’s an HR apprentice, were on hand to answer questions […]

Continue reading

Aish Technologies Announce Record Turnover

Posted on 1, Feb | Posted by Admin

AISH Technologies, a systems design and manufacturing company based in Poole, Dorset, has announced a record turnover for the year ended November 2015. The company also saw an increase in staff, to over 220 employees at the end of the year. Aish’s core business is the design, manufacture and support of products used in surface ships, submarines, […]

Continue reading

Bloodhound Banner

Posted on 25, Jan | Posted by Chris Hoadley

On the 21st January Andy Sparkes, Ian Kent and Chris Hoadley visited the Bloodhound SSC Mission Control vehicle to install the Aish sponsorship banner. It wasn’t the easiest of jobs, but after a few hours of work we managed to get it up, and we think it looks great.  

Continue reading

Movember At Aish

Posted on 1, Dec | Posted by Chris Hoadley

This year Aish once again got involved in raising money for charity with Movember. The grand total raised for Movember this morning stands at and amazing £3,695! 41 people are in the photo, but we know some weren’t able to make the photo, so we’re guessing close to 50 men took part this year. Most […]

Continue reading

Aish Technologies Dispatch Two ICCP systems for MARS Tankers

Posted on 19, Oct | Posted by Admin

In September 2013 Aish Technologies Ltd were awarded a contract by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) to supply specialist corrosion protection equipment to be fitted to four Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability (MARS) Tankers for the Royal Navy. Since then Aish have designed and delivered two computer-controlled Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) systems with […]

Continue reading

Bloodhound Project Update

Posted on 28, Sep | Posted by Admin

AISH TECHNOLOGIES T45 CONSOLES FOR PROJECTBLOODHOUND Breaking news as featured at DSEI 2015 – http://www.dsei.co.uk/press-releases As the Bloodhound Project approach their first land speed record attempt, Aish Technologies continue its ongoing support to help them make history. Having already supplied a set of operating consoles and electronic cabinets Aish have also played a pivotal role […]

Continue reading

DSEI 2015

Posted on 21, Sep | Posted by Chris Hoadley

Aish attended DSEI 2015 last week at the Excel Center in London. Our stand was visited, not only by our long standing customers, but many others seeking the solutions that Aish can offer. We were also visited by MP’s such as Oliver Colvile, Alan Mak and Lord Frances Maude. Our Sales and Marketing Director was […]

Continue reading

THE NEED FOR SILENCE – Low Signature Cathodic Protection

Posted on 26, Aug | Posted by Admin

The Need For Silence – ICCP In the perennial battle for sea power supremacy, big strides in sonar and radar have prompted a countering reduction in acoustic and radar signatures, to the point where both hunter and hunted are claiming hitherto unheard-of levels of capability in detection and evasion (no pun intended). Like the barely-heard […]

Continue reading

Exploring our roots with Norman Aish

Posted on 16, Jul | Posted by Admin

At Aish Technologies our history is important to us.  Our background defines who we are and has paved the way for new innovative products and solutions.  We had the chance to speak with Norman Aish, whose great grandfather, William Hector Aish, founded ‘Aish & Co’. Although Aish Technologies has grown vastly since those days, our […]

Continue reading

Bloodhound Open Day – 11th June

Posted on 13, Jul | Posted by Admin

AISH Technologies, are celebrating a hugely successful Open Day, cementing their association with the Bloodhound SSC world land speed record project. The company welcomed school children from The Epiphany C of E School, the Mayor of Poole and the Mayor of Bournemouth, and local business leaders to see a life-size replica of the car, and […]

Continue reading