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Seatronics Ink Partnership Frame Agreement with Bibby Offshore

Seatronics Ink Partnership Frame Agreement with Bibby Offshore

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15 December 2016

Seatronics Ltd, an Acteon company and global leaders in the rental and sale of marine electronic equipment, has secured a contract with Bibby Offshore to be their preferred supplier of subsea rental equipment.

The agreement is structured on the provision of marine electronic equipment to Bibby Offshore including ROV, NDT and survey equipment from Seatronics’ rental pool, consisting of more than 9,000 assets. Bibby Offshore will also benefit from Seatronics’ integrated services such as calibration, asset management and personnel support. The contract has been established for an initial 12 month period with the opportunity for extension.

Seatronics and Bibby Offshore have upheld a strong working relationship for a number of years, collaborating on an extensive variety of survey and diving projects, in particular the use of the RTS Gen 5 Mux solution, exclusively available from Seatronics, which has formed an integral part of Bibby’s ROV systems.

Scott Gray, Operations Manager UK, Seatronics, stated: "We are delighted to have secured preferred supplier status with Bibby Offshore.

"Working with a company such as Bibby Offshore reinforces Seatronics’ status as the market leader in Marine Technology, delivering the latest products and services whilst ensuring our customers receive the best service possible. In order to continually improve our service, we promoted consignment stock of standard spares and cables and connectors, allowing equipment to remain onboard vessels between projects reducing the costs of mobilisations, our ability to provide new technology, our place within Acteon and our ability to bring other operating companies to the table if required, competitive pricing and our track record in support and service”.