Noordhoek expands its ROV fleet with 5 new units
Posted on 16.04.2009 - 11:00 EDT in ROV NEWS by Rons_ROV_Links
Noordhoek Offshore B.V. is proud to announce the order of 2 new Sub-Atlantic Mohican ROVs and 3 new Seaeye Falcon ROVs. The decision to order new ROVs is another step within the growth strategy of Noordhoek, which already has 2 new vessels under construction; a DPII Saturation Diving Support Vessel for delivery Q4 2009 and a dedicated DPII ROV Survey Vessel for delivery Q1 2010. This order continues Noordhoek´s fleet rejuvenation programme and adds 5 units to Noordhoek's ROV fleet, which operates mainly in the Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM) market. The delivery of these new ROVs is scheduled for the second quarter of 2009. The addition of these 5 new ROVs will not only provide considerable operational flexibility but also allows us to respond to the increasing demand from the market.
"Noordhoek is known for its strong, innovative and successful position as an offshore subsea contractor in the North Sea area. Market developments and customer requirements, as well as our current market position are strong drivers behind the decision to invest in the expansion of our ROV fleet with 5 new units and it will greatly enhance Noordhoek's operational flexibility. These new ROVs are complementary to the existing fleet and will provide Noordhoek with market-leading assets to further develop our presence in our market and offer more possibilities to our customers." explains Managing Director Leen Noordhoek.
Noordhoek is a leading provider of subsea construction, diving, ROV and survey services to the offshore oil and gas, renewable energy and subsea cable industries. Construction services include installation, upgrading and decommissioning of pipelines and production infrastructure. Diving, ROV and survey services include inspection, repair and maintenance services and support services for subsea infrastructure and underwater structures. Noordhoek operates internationally and domestically, primarily in the North Sea and the Irish Sea.