Saab Seaeye Opens U.S. Office

SeaDiscovery.com
Friday, May 03, 2013
Chris Roper

Saab Seaeye has expanded its international presence by opening an office in Houston, Texas.

The company is already the world’s largest manufacturer of electric remotely operated underwater vehicles with distributors in 26 countries and more than 700 systems sold worldwide.

Spare parts for Seaeye’s range of commercial ROV and Hybrid AUV systems are currently being located in Houston to strengthen the service provided to existing and future customers in the region, and the office will grow to offer technical support, spares and service support.

The office is headed by Chris Roper, previously Saab Seaeye’s North American distributor, who recently relocated to Houston to set up the new operation.

Saab Seaeye’s Falcon ROV range is also sold and supported in the USA by Symphotic TII Corporation, located in Camarillo, California.

www.seaeye.com
 

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