Legasea marks five years of sustainable innovation

Left to Right: Ray Milne (Operations Director) and Lewis Sim (Managing Director)

LEGASEA, the leading subsea engineering company dedicated to promoting the circular economy, is proudly celebrating its fifth birthday. Founded in December 2018 by Lewis Sim and Ray Milne, Legasea has grown into a team of 22 professionals serving clients in 12 countries globally. With a vision to encourage sustainability in the subsea industry, Legasea specialises in the reuse and refurbishment of rare or obsolete components, significantly reducing waste and environmental impact.

Lewis Sim, Managing Director of Legasea, expressed his delight, stating, “We are incredibly proud to have reached this milestone, marking five years of dedicated service to our clients and the environment. Our commitment to circular economy principles has been at the heart of our success, enabling us to provide innovative solutions that address the challenges of subsea operations while minimising our environmental footprint.”

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Legasea’s core expertise lies in identifying, refurbishing, and redeploying valuable components, thereby extending their lifespan and reducing the need for new manufacturing. This approach not only conserves resources but also contributes to cost savings for clients. The company has earned a strong reputation for its technical prowess, reliability, and unwavering commitment to sustainability, attracting a diverse clientele ranging from local service companies to multinational oil, gas and renewables operators.

Ray Milne, Legasea Operations Director, highlighted the company’s global aspirations, saying, “With a clear focus on expanding our global reach, we are poised to become a leading provider of circular economy solutions for the subsea industry. Our expansion plans include opening offices in key energy hubs, and establishing additional strategic partnerships to further our impact on sustainable subsea operations.”

Looking ahead, Legasea’s ambitious growth plans aim to double its global workforce to 45 by 2025, thereby strengthening its capacity to deliver innovative and sustainable solutions to the subsea industry. The company remains committed to playing a pivotal role in shaping a more environmentally conscious subsea sector, fostering a circular economy that prioritises resource conservation and waste reduction.

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