Oceaneering wins Maersk newbuild deal

February 14, 2017

Oceaneering International signed a long-term agreement with Mærsk Supply Service to provide eight work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), survey and associated services, including subsea tooling, engineering, communication and data solutions, to support Mærsk’s global operations. These ROVs will be installed onboard six Mærsk newbuild vessels, comprising of two Stingray-class subsea intervention vessels and four Starfish-class anchor handling tug supply vessels, which are scheduled for delivery through 2017.

“Maersk is committed to maximizing the value of offshore project operations for customers. Through this strong partnership with Oceaneering we are able to simplify the planning and procurement process for clients by offering multiple services in one agreement. This cooperation is a prime example of how our new Integrated Solutions business area is dedicated to providing a smoother sourcing and execution process for our customers worldwide,” said Olivier Trouve, head of Integrated Solutions of Maersk.



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