J2 Subsea opens new US facility

OE Staff
Thursday, August 7, 2014

J2 Subsea opened a new facility in New Iberia, Louisiana.

This facility, which includes a new hydraulic workshop for tool preparation, servicing and support, will provide torque tools, analysers, Webtool cutters, intensifiers, grinders, work packs, jetters and cleaners to ROV and diving companies in North America.

The new facility will receive support from the company’s headquarters in Aberdeen, UK, and is the first stage of a global expansion plan.

 “Given the current levels of activity in the Gulf of Mexico, we felt there was a need to offer the highest standards in tool preparation and the latest tools directly to the market,” says John Worthen, ROV tooling manager. “J2 Subsea will be introducing the WeSubsea range of dredgers for rental in the Gulf of Mexico.

Image of new facility from J2 Subsea

Categories: Activity Europe North America Gulf of Mexico ROV & Dive Support

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