FairfielNodal Inks Deal for 6,000 ZLand Nodes

press release
Thursday, January 26, 2012

Spurred by Seismic Equipment Solutions (SES) Client demand, SES becomes preferred provider of the true cable-free system.
 

FairfieldNodal today announced that global seismic equipment rental company Seismic Equipment Solutions (SES) acquired 6,000 channels of its ZLand nodal system. ZLand, the only true cable-free nodal system, is unique in the industry, making it faster and safer to deploy than conventional cabled systems, even in treacherous or environmentally sensitive areas. The commitment to FairfieldNodal makes SES the preferred global leasing provider for ZLand systems. According to SES, the acquisition was in response to contractor requests, which are, in many cases, prompted by the contractor’s own clients.

 

“Our customers really believe that wireless technology is the future of seismic acquisition, and so do we,“ SES president and CEO Glen Huscroft said. “Because the nodes are truly cable free, and so much lighter, contractor productivity increases significantly and HSE risk is reduced. FairfieldNodal systems division sales director Keith Matthews said, “We’re proud to be partnering with SES. And we’re always happy to hear positive feedback from the field confirming our own experiences with the ZLand systems.”

 

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