Reflex Marine to Debut FROG-XT

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Tuesday, September 03, 2013
FROG-XT (Photo: Reflex Marine)

Reflex Marine said it is set to unveil its newly developed crane transfer device FROG-XT at this year’s Offshore Europe.

The company has largely specialized in crane transfer and offshore access with its two key products, FROG and TORO, driving forward improved safety standards. The FROG-XT is an evolution of the current FROG capsule and captures over 20 years of Reflex Marine’s vast learning and experience.

Reflex Marine will showcase a prototype of the FROG-XT at its booth at Offshore Europe, which takes place at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Center September 3-6.

The new generation crew transfer device has been developed to provide greater comfort and a more secure experience for passengers, whilst being more compact and easier to ship and maintain.

Reflex Marine has established a number of accredited service centers for FROGs and TOROs around the world. These service centers offer stock, spares, rental services, inspection and maintenance and training to exacting standards set by Reflex Marine.

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