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Harvey-Lynch adds six more RESON multibeam systems to its hydrographic rental po
Date: Friday, June 01, 2007 @ 17:00:00 EDT

Harvey-Lynch adds six more RESON multibeam systems to its hydrographic rental poolHarvey-Lynch, Inc. (HLI) recently announced the purchase of six (6) Seabat multibeam systems from Reson Inc, Goleta California. This makes a total of eight (8) Reson Seabat™ multibeam systems available for hire out of HLI's Stafford/Houston facility supporting the Gulf of Mexico.

In addition to the multibeam order, HLI purchased a significant training program for its technicians to be fully trained to maintain, support, and troubleshoot the systems. A significant depot-level spares package was also procured. HLI maintains ISO 9001:2000 Certification for its Quality Management System.

Commenting on the purchase Vice President and General Manager Phil Howells stated, "Over the past 5 years we have continually focused on providing our clients with innovative technology to meet their demanding applications. Our goal has always been to differentiate ourselves by providing superior products and support; our commitment to this philosophy is clearly demonstrated by acquiring these additional Seabat™ systems along with an intensive training program."

Reson Vice President Sales, Cris Sabo added "We are delighted that Harvey Lynch, Inc. has selected our equipment for this substantial order. They are a highly motivated and proactive company committed to providing complex solutions for the hydrographic survey and offshore subsea marketplaces. This is a welcome continuation of our long time relationship and we look forward to supporting their efforts in the future".

RESON A/S is the holding Company of the RESON Group. Corporate headquarters are located in Denmark. RESON subsidiaries are established in the USA, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, South Africa, and Singapore.

The RESON Group of products include digital state-of-the art multi-beam systems, (trademarked "SeaBat"), compact, light-weight, and flexible single-beam sensors, (trademarked "NaviSound"), PDS software for 3D data collection and visualization, high-power transducers, and precision reference hydrophones.

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