30 March, 2020
We are all in uncharted territory and facing difficult adjustments at work and home.
30 September, 2019
A team from the University of London faced the challenge of collecting lava and gas samples from an active volcano in Tanzania.
25 July, 2018
DMM iD continues to evolve and we are now pleased to announce that the first patent on our system has been granted.
23 April, 2018
First showing at Deutsche Baumpflegetage 2018
17 October, 2017
From 17 – 20 October DMM Professional will be showcasing its latest new products at the A+A International Trade Fair for safety, security and health at work in Düsseldorf.
22 June, 2017
At the OutDoor 2017 trade show in Friedrichshafen, DMM iD was judged to deserve an Industry Award in the ‘Concepts and Services’ category, for having "the potential to set new benchmarks for design and innovation in the outdoor industry."
04 April, 2017
Waldo Etherington recently faced one of his more challenging rigging jobs, setting up a 350-metre tensioned rope line from the top of the Kaieteur Falls to its base set in pristine rain forest.
19 December, 2016
DMM’s range of Compact Swivels allow torsion management in a compact form. These small, strong swivels reduce system height and help prevent twisted lines.
28 October, 2016
DMM is proud to have attained the Investors in People (IIP) gold standard, joining the top seven percent of accredited organisations across the UK.
11 October, 2016
DMM’s new RopePro range uses aramid (Kevlar®) and traditional coir matting to protect elements of PPE such as ropes, lanyards and slings, as well as safeguard property from rope damage.
05 May, 2016
Sustained growth for the past six years has allowed DMM to reinvest in capital equipment and increase the workforce. The CNC and sewing departments in particular have seen significant investment and with innovation at the heart of DMM's new products intellectual property (IP) protection is a critical consideration.
06 April, 2016
How do you go about rescuing people from a gondola style capsule mounted on a hydraulic arm sitting atop of one of the largest passenger ships ever to set sail? STC worked with Royal Caribbean to come up with an ingenious solution.