OceanGate & Global Diving Sign Strategic Agreement

By George Backwell
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Image credit OceanGate

OceanGate Inc., supplier of manned submersibles says it has made a strategic agreement with Global Diving & Salvage Inc., provider of marine construction & offshore support services in the United States, and an internationally recognized marine casualty responder.

Under the agreement, both companies will pursue new sales opportunities by endorsing and utilizing each other's services and products. Global Diving & Salvage will be OceanGate's exclusive manned diving and salvage partner, and OceanGate will be the sole supplier to Global Diving & Salvage of manned submersible solutions. The agreement covers the East and West coasts of the United States, Alaska and Hawaii, and the Gulf of Mexico.

The collaboration wil provide government and commercial clients with a broad array of technology, experience and expertise to address subsea missions in challenging marine environments. It will expand market opportunities for both companies.

Global Diving & Salvage and OceanGate will work together on specific projects using a combination of saturation divers, manned submersibles, traditional Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), and manned submersible fly-away ROV vehicles to support salvage, recovery and subsea assessments.

The companies will focus on projects that include potentially polluting wrecks, salvage operations, restoration, surveys and inspections to help improve safety and cost efficiencies.  

"Global Diving has an incredible reputation in the subsea market for delivering outstanding services for salvage, oil and gas, and first responder operations," said Stockton Rush, CEO of OceanGate Inc. "The markets in which Global Diving has traction are areas where we feel manned submersibles could provide considerable value."

www.oceangate.com
www.gdiving.com

 

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