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Seatronics awarded equipment supply contract

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Seatronics – marine electronic equipment specialist in subsea services group, Acteon – has supported a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products with a key project in Brazil by supplying state-of-the-art subsea equipment.

The company’s expertise provided it with a single source solution for all of its equipment requirements for the project. This ease of service, combined with Seatronics’ ability to deliver the required range of equipment quickly, fully integrated ahead of delivery, has strengthened the long-standing relationship between Seatronics and its client.

The equipment sale included remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) survey sensors, which were interfaced to Seatronics’ exclusive RTS Gen5 MUX ROV multiplexer. All of the equipment was connected with the company’s in-house manufactured neoprene cables and the engineered solution was mobilised, system tested and delivered within two weeks to fully comply with the project schedule.

Janelle Totah, Vice President, Seatronics Inc., said: “We are delighted to have been able to support our client with this order.

“This award demonstrates Seatronics continued commitment to supporting clients with their Brazilian operations while the supply of this considerable spread displays our ability to combine industry leading products, cables and engineering services to deliver top quality solutions for our clients, all from a single source.”

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