N-Sea-BODAC Boosts UXO Services Offering

November 25, 2019

(Photo: N-Sea-BODAC)
(Photo: N-Sea-BODAC)

UXO survey, identification and disposal services joint venture N-Sea-BODAC reports it will make significant investment in its further development following year-on-year commercial growth since being formed in 2016.

“Following three years of successful joint operations, the time is now right for N-Sea and Den Ouden Group’s BODAC to take our JV to the next level.” said BODAC CEO, Jeroen de Oude.

The planned investments will go toward the development of UXO solutions and tooling as well as the creation of a distinct brand identity, de Ouden said.

The venture’s new identity, along with announcements regarding several appointments and in-house technical advancements, will be revealed in the coming months, the JV said.

N-Sea CEO, Arno van Poppel, said, “Clients increasingly demand UXO risk mitigation to be delivered in the shortest time frame, against the lowest possible costs. This requires deep UXO expertise, local content and knowledge, innovative solutions, assets and operational excellence. The investment in our JV ensures that we are fully equipped to fulfill market requirements.”

N-Sea-BODAC, a JV between IMR subsea solutions provider N-Sea and UXO risk mitigation company BODAC, will continue to service the European UXO market, with four bases across the UK, Germany and The Netherlands. The JV, with its own team of market and solution experts, will continue to receive support from both N-Sea and BODAC, including specialists from within each company.



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