Division Managing Director, Ally Forbes, commented: “Since launching in late 2016, Motive Spooling and Inspection has consistently grown in reputation and activity.
“This contract reflects not only our expert inspection and wire rope services, but also our fundamental aim to continually internationalise our business.”
Motive Offshore Group Chief Operating Officer, James Gregg, said: “Our track record and continuous investment in capabilities via personnel and facilities has inspired industry confidence on a global basis.
“Working across 16 vessels world wide during this contract, our existing Spooling and Inspection team is now set to increase, with at least eight additional roles being created.”
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