Novacavi Cables Used for Concordia Wreck Removal

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Novacavi reported a second supply of marine cables used in the Costa Concordia shipwrecking salvage operation off the shore of the island of Giglio, Italy.

As the first delivery successfully performed during the parbuckling phase, Novacavi was called in again to provide high tech custom tailored cables for the positioning and survey systems in use in the progressing operation of Concordia wreck removal.

Individually designed, tested and manufactured to be suitable for their specific application, these customized marine cables further broadened Aquancable, the wide range of specialist bespoke cables for maritime and underwater technologies made by Novacavi.

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