MacArtney Offshore Relocates and Scales Up

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

MacArtney Offshore, the Houston operation of the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, has moved into larger premises, from 4500 sq ft to 11,000 sq ft. The increased workshop size allows the company to accommodate larger service jobs, including medium sized winch umbilical spooling and terminations which now can be performed inside their secure premises. Cable mouldings, fibre optic terminations and the MacArtney Offshore slip ring repair facilities with Focal trained technicians have also been significantly expanded.

Customer and project meetings will benefit from generously sized conference rooms and teleconferencing. Up to 30 guests in house and 64 guests worldwide will now be able to cooperate in meetings.

The new location makes MacArtney Offshore more accessible to their customers.  Most of the world’s oil & gas companies have offices within a 20km radius of the new site

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