MN100: Viking Systems International, Inc.

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

September 12, 2016

(Image: Viking Systems International, Inc.)

(Image: Viking Systems International, Inc.)

The Company:
Viking Systems International is a worldwide leader in the advanced design, analysis and 3rd party verification of structures, focusing on the offshore oil and gas industry, commercial ship business, and the military and defense community. Viking executes advanced structural design, analysis, 3rd party verification and FEA engineering services. Viking Systems’ core structural assessment software, SAGA, integrates regulatory body requirements by applying world class state-of-the-art software, managed within one program suite to reliably assess vessels and structures based upon client and project needs. The firm has 30 employees.

The Case:
Viking Systems has solved many structural problems for the brown water and workboat industry. Examples include cranes, winches, ATB analysis, cable and pipe laying vessels, accommodation barges, engine lifting brackets, and repair vessels. Clients in this industry include Bay Shipbuilding, Bristol Harbor Groups, Corn Island Shipyard, Gunderson Marine, Halter Marine, Moran Towing Corporation, NETSCo, as well as OGI.

16365 Park Ten Place, Ste 350
Houston, TX 77084
Tel: (281) 674-8040
CEO/President: Lars Henriksen
(As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News)
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