Marine geophysical company PGS expands service agreement with Radio Holland Norway
Published by David Bizley,
Norwegian marine geophysical company PGS has extended its non-exclusive service agreement with Radio Holland for navigation and communication services onboard nine seismic vessels in its global fleet. Radio Holland is known in the maritime industry for its NavCom and Maintenance services through its global network of more than 80 offices.
Radio Holland Norway has worked with two PGS’ vessels (Ramform Atlas and Ramform Titan) on a Service Agreement for several years already. Starting 10th June 2016 Radio Holland will service all nine vessels in the fleet under the newly signed Preventive Maintenance Contract (PMA).
The signed PMA covers overhauls, maintenance, detailed technical reporting and advice based on this reporting regarding the onboard Navigation and Communication equipment. It also includes the mandatory GMDSS surveys for the safety equipment (Radio, EPIRB and AIS). The agreement has a 4-year duration.
Eirik Røyter, Commercial Manager of Radio Holland Norway, says:
“We are pleased that PGS has trusted us with a dedicated service agreement, and we are proud to work closely with such a professional and safety-minded client. The vessels owned and operated by PGS are state-of-the-art and vessel availability is of the essence. By improving the reliability of onboard equipment unplanned maintenance and unexpected costs will be reduced. At Radio Holland we aim to offer PGS complete peace of mind, knowing that we will take care of all mandatory NavCom requirements.”
Adapted from a press release by David Bizley
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/23062016/marine-geophysical-company-pgs-expands-service-agreement-with-radio-holland-norway/
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