C-Innovation to Expand International ROV Fleet with Schilling ROVs

Press Release
Friday, April 29, 2011

Davis, California – April 29, 2011.  Schilling Robotics, LLC, experts in subsea systems, announced today that C-Innovation has placed a contract for multiple ROV systems in support of their expanding international operations.  This contract includes the supply of both HD™ and UHD™ work class ROV systems that will be deployed globally, including Brazil and Singapore.

This continued expansion of C-Innovation’s ROV fleet with a mix of the HD™ and UHD™ systems will broaden their regional capabilities and target markets, especially with the addition of the mid-size HD™ system that complements C-Innovation’s existing fleet of over 25 UHDs™.

“C-Innovation has rapidly developed a comprehensive ROV fleet in just a few years, and we are delighted that Schilling Robotics is able to provide the products and services that are required to support their international expansion,” says Tyler Schilling, chief executive officer for Schilling Robotics.  Schilling additionally commented that “the market growth in regions such as Brazil and Singapore has resulted in Schilling partnering with FMC Technologies to offer dedicated, local support facilities and services that provide our customers with access to the same comprehensive level of resources available in mature regions.”

Ricardo Chagas, president of C-Innovation stated “the global deepwater market continues to be a focus for C-Innovation’s growth strategy, and we are delighted to continue with the expansion of our ROV fleet services by adding a versatile range of vehicle systems to meet our increasing customer requirements.”  Chagas also stated “the global subsea industry will experience significant growth in upcoming years, and C-Innovation is prepared to support customer operations on a global basis with the world’s most modern fleet of vessels and ROVs.”


Source: Schilling

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