The in-house technical team, specialising in subsea rental and product development, is led by General Manager, Helge Knutsen. Knutsen has spent over 10 years with a Norwegian-headquartered provider of electronic engineering, equipment and technical solutions to the global subsea industry, latterly in the position of Managing Director.
GoSubsea aims to deploy US$2.5 million worth of assets to fulfill its customers’ individual requirements over the coming years. The company’s comprehensive subsea survey equipment rental fleet includes subsea positioning, ROV sensors, inspection equipment, NDT, cables and connectors as well as environmental, hydrographic and geophysical sensors. Its growth strategy includes expansion into the autonomous survey segment during 2021.
Knutsen commented: “GoSubsea is a forward thinking, agile organisation, which offers both bespoke and widely applicable solutions at competitive costs. Our skilled team provides specialist knowledge of the industries in which our customers operate - particularly the emerging offshore wind sector, as well as an in-depth understanding of the Scandinavian market. This positions us as an ideal choice for clients in the local region.”
The company has already formed partnerships with leading survey equipment brands and is planning to enhance its offering by including in-house product development.
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