Nautronix Wins Major Contract In Norway

(Press Release)
Thursday, May 03, 2012

Nautronix have been awarded a three year contract by the Norwegian SURF contractor, Ocean Installer AS, for the supply of survey services to support their offshore construction activities.


The contract includes the provision of onshore and offshore survey services in support of tendering and project activities.  Nautronix will initially mobilise survey personnel and equipment onto the Normand Clipper, Ocean Installer’s long term chartered construction vessel due to commence offshore operations in May 2012.

 

Mark Patterson, Nautronix CEO, comments: ‘We are delighted to be awarded our first major contract in Norway by Ocean Installer, and are excited to be working closely with the ambitious Ocean Installer team. This will be a very important and rewarding relationship for Nautronix. It emphasises the expansion of Nautronix to provide a new level of service and supply and reflects our strategy to grow our business in the Norwegian market.’


Mr. Patterson adds: ‘We have seen some very encouraging prospects for our NASNet® and NASCoM product lines, this agreement will allow us to build on an already very strong team and help drive and grow our business into this very important market sector.’
 

Sam Hanton, Nautronix Chief Surveyor, says ‘The award of this contract by Ocean Installer is significant to Nautronix, and reflects our commitment to provide a high quality survey service.  Both companies have ambitious growth aspirations and we are currently recruiting a number of people to join our team in support of this activity.’




 

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