BMT Opens in Rio

Press Release
Wednesday, May 04, 2011

BMT Scientific Marine Services (BMT) is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Trading as BMT Scientific Marine Services Ltda, BMT will operate in Rio de Janeiro as an extension of its existing offices in California and Houston. The local presence provided by this new base in South America is integral to BMT's ongoing effort to enhance product sales, delivery and service support to Petrobras and other oil and gas firms in Brazil. BMT's enhanced presence in the region is supported by a Portuguese language website at www.scimar.com/Brazil.

BMT has been working in South America since 1998, with numerous riser tension, mooring tension, and position monitoring systems installed in the Campos and Santos basins offshore Brazil, as well as several calm buoy monitoring systems installed offshore Argentina.

Mr. Craig Campman, BMT Country Manager for Brazil, commented: "In order to provide high levels of support and customer service to BMT's existing and potential customers in Brazil, opening a new office in Rio de Janeiro was the logical step. The local presence provided by the formation of BMT Scientific Marine Services Ltda will help BMT and its customers successfully realize the potential that the Brazilian market presents.

 

Source: BMT

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