Ashtead Technology and Zetechtics sign ROV tooling collaboration agreement
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
The agreement will see an array of torque tools, control systems and associated peripherals from the subsea control systems specialist made available to customers through Ashtead Technology’s nine customer service hubs.
David Mair, Ashtead Technology’s Business Development Director said: “We are continually developing and expanding our capability to meet the diverse needs of our customers around the world, who operate in all areas of the global energy industry. These new technologies offer improved performance, reliability and efficiency, as well as a greater level of user-friendliness.
“Zetechtics has 27 years of experience for us to draw on and this collaboration is set to add undeniable value to our customers operations.”
The deal gives both organisations the scope to add further specialist equipment based on demand.
Alan Duncan, Commercial Director of Zetechtics, said: “Customers prefer to use modern, easily-supported equipment, with the type of technical features they would have access to if buying new.
“We are excited to collaborate with Ashtead Technology and by introducing a wide range of new equipment to the market in this way will enable their customers to unlock the potential of our market-leading solutions.”
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