Unique Hydra Signs Agency Agreement with EIVA

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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Unique Hydra, a Unique Maritime Group Company, an integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solution provider, recently signed an agency agreement with EIVA to represent its products and services in the southern part of Africa.


Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Unique Hydra is a manufacturer and supplier of marine and diving equipment to the oil and gas industry. Unique Hydra personnel have substantial experience in marine engineering, hyperbaric, military defense, aerospace, nuclear and chemical engineering.


EIVA is an engineering company with more than 30 years’ experience in the offshore construction and survey industry, providing software, hardware, turnkey solutions and services to a wide range of segments for virtually any subsea task.

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