Recap time: highlighting FORU’s core business

Over the past months, we have shared an inside look into FORU’s core values and goings on through our blogs. Today, we would like to do a small recap, highlighting our core business and explaining our story and products.

The all-important ASTM test: passed with flying colors!

A good ASTM test score is crucial for skimmers. Therefore, we recently traveled to our facility in Norway to test the FORU extensively. The result? It passed with flying colors!

Computer simulations: towards long-term improvements

As you know, Foru Solution has committed to a never-ending development process. There’s always room for improvement, and we intend to find as well as use it. Currently, we are working with computer simulations, searching for ways to improve our already solid product. We’d like to tell you a bit more about this!

Service and maintenance: the importance of knowledge transfer

If you’ve invested in a cutting-edge solution such as the FORU, you’ll want to avoid additional – and often unexpected – service and maintenance costs. It’s important to realize that this will not be an issue if you get off to a good start. The key lies in knowledge transfer. Allow us to explain!

It all starts with proper training

In our last blogpost, we explained that theory and practice often differ strongly. As oil spills are as impactful as they are costly, it is wise to bridge this gap before it’s too late. How to go about it? If you want the theory of your contingency plan to match the reality of an oil spill, proper training is indispensable. Let us tell you why.

Oil spills: theory and practice

When it comes to oil spills, contingency plans are key. But even though comprehensive guidelines and measures are outlined at an early stage, things don’t always go as planned: if an oil spill occurs, people are often insufficiently trained to act on the situation efficiently. So how does one make sure that theory and practice correspond?