ABERDEEN — Subsea manufacturer Sub-Atlantic Ltd has secured a contract to supply two new generation Mohican ROV systems to Noordhoek Offshore B.V.
The agreement, worth £1,250,000, will see Aberdeen-headquartered Sub-Atlantic deliver the ultra-high thrust inspection ROVs which are specifically designed for working for extended durations in high current and tidal locations before the end of Q2.
Noordhoek operates internationally though primarily in the North Sea and Irish Sea.
Alasdair Murrie, sales and marketing manager with Sub-Atlantic, said: “We are very much looking forward to a long and mutually rewarding partnership with Noordhoek, whose commitment and professionalism reflect our own ethos and attitude.
“The Mohican is ideal as a platform for a plethora of tasks and sea conditions, indeed the original concept for this ROV was high power to weight ratio for operations in fast changing current situations such as those often encountered by Noordhoek in their North Sea operations.”
“These new ROVs are complementary to the existing fleet and will provide us with market-leading assets to further develop our presence in our market and offer more possibilities to our customers,” added Noordhoek managing director Leen Noordhoek.
“The delivery of these new ROVs will not only provide considerable operational flexibility but also allows us to respond to the increasing demand from the market.”
With a breadth and depth of capability Triton Group comprises of eleven companies specialising in the design, development, manufacture, sale and rent of remotely operated technologies and their systems’ components, the group also offers engineering support, training and the supply of qualified technical personnel.