www.medlicott.uk.com
Offshore platform with numerous composite topside applications

Welcome

Phil Medlicott

I have made a career change and am now employed as the Chief Technical Officer for Cress Systems Ltd, which is developing a mechanical energy recovery and storage system for use on cranes in container ports. Here, the potential energy of containers is recovered when a container is lowered and can be stored and reused when the next container is lifted. Following successful tests at the Port of Felixstowe the company has now secured investment from Enterprise Ventures’ Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund and private investors to finalise the product and make first sales into the port market world-wide. Although Philip Medlcott Ltd is no longer trading I have decided to keep this website active because of the number of past activities carried out by Philip Medlicott Ltd that may be of interest to others. For further details contact: enq@medlicott.uk.com
25 tonne test weight being lifted by energy store

Past activities

Philip Medllicott Ltd was set up in 1994 with the aim of facilitating the use of composite materials in offshore applications for the oil and gas industry. After 2000 the focus changed to the design and interity management of subsea pipelines, principally in support of Jee Ltd. During this time I also provided support to Sciotech to pursue  composite applications  related to railway bogies and flywheel energy storage systems. The company continued trading until the end of September 2016.
medlicott.uk.com

Welcome

Phil Medlicott

I have made a career change and am now employed as the Chief Technical Officer for Cress Systems Ltd, which is developing a mechanical energy recovery and storage system for use on cranes in container ports. Here, the potential energy of containers is recovered when a container is lowered and can be stored and reused when the next container is lifted. Following successful tests at the Port of Felixstowe the company has now secured investment from Enterprise Ventures’ Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund and private investors to finalise the product and make first sales into the port market world-wide. Although Philip Medlcott Ltd is no longer trading I have decided to keep this website active because of the number of past activities carried out by Philip Medlicott Ltd that may be of interest to others. For further details contact: enq@medlicott.uk.com

Past activities

Philip Medllicott Ltd was set up in 1994 with the aim of facilitating the use of composite materials in offshore applications for the oil and gas industry. After 2000 the focus changed to the design and interity management of subsea pipelines, principally in support of Jee Ltd. During this time I also provided support to Sciotech to pursue  composite applications  related to railway bogies and flywheel energy storage systems. The company continued trading until the end of September 2016.