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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Sonsub Expands Its Technological Capabilities

As part of its worldwide expansion, Sonsub has announced the formation of Subsea Production Systems (SPS), a new division which will specialize in the engineering, design, manufacture, testing and installation of subsea production systems. The principals of SPS, Dana Beebe, William Parks and Gary Weathers, all recently joined Sonsub to head up this new division. They bring with them extensive international experience in the development of advanced technology for major offshore and subsea applications. H e a d q u a r t e r e d in Houston, Sonsub's Subsea Production Systems will take a systems approach to subsea development, providing project management, engineering design, system integration, testing, hardware, installation and remotely operated technology support on a worldwide basis.

The formation of Subsea Production Systems reflects Sonsub's commitment to maintaining a proactive position within the underwater industry by constantly modifying and adapting its services to meet changing demand and market conditions.

Sonsub specializes in applications where it is desirable to keep people removed from hazardous environments. The company provides remote technology for a wide range of activities associated with oil and gas exploration, search and recovery, defense, civil and industrial projects. Sonsub maintains offices in the U.S., the U.K., Norway, Australia and Southeast Asia.

For more information on Sonsub,Philadelphia hub. Mr. Mullins' appointment and his move to Montreal marks increased emphasis on the importance of Blue Star's Eastern Canadian markets. BSL has structured the region as a separate, autonomous "zone," with its own cost and market- development responsibilities.

"Eastern Canada is an area of great value and opportunity for Blue Star Line," said Ray Tilley, president of BSL.


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