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Aberdeen-based Aleron Subsea, a company that specializes in the rental and sale of remotely operated subsea vehicles (ROVs) announced today it has won a £3.1 million deal to provide a pair of work-class ROVs to an undisclosed subsea contractor.
The ROVs have Tether Management Systems, 150hp hydraulic power and are rated to 3000 meters, the company says.
Mike Bisset, Aleron’s Managing Director and Founder commented on the order:
“Aleron prides itself on its prioritisation of safety, innovation and efficiency. 2014 was a successful year for the company due to a number of contract wins and although the industry is going through a challenging period, Aleron has had a successful start to 2015. The latest contract win displays our commitment to providing clients within the offshore and marine industry responsive, efficient and cost-effective ROV solutions.”
Bisset established Aleron Subsea in 2010 and now has eight work class ROV systems which are targeted for use in all aspects of the subsea industry, including drill support, pipeline survey, construction support, decommissioning, trenching support and diver support.
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