Canada: AML Oceanographic, Subsea Technologies Sign Distributor Agreement

Canada: AML Oceanographic, Subsea Technologies Sign Distributor Agreement

AML Oceanographic and Subsea Technologies of Houston, Texas have signed a distributor agreement with the aim of Subsea Technologies reselling the AML Oceanographic product line.

Subsea will provide the AML Oceanographic products comprising CTD, sound velocity, and environmental instrumentation to its customers in the offshore survey and ROV market.

According to Steve Lawrance, President of Subsea, “I was very impressed with the quality and adaptability of the AML products when first introduced to them at a recent trade show. They are highly complementary to our existing product lines, and we are pleased to have the opportunity to offer this innovative technology to our existing customer base while also exploring new potential markets”.

Pete Reedeker, Director of Sales at AML Oceanographic says “We are very excited to work with Subsea Technologies. They come highly regarded as a company of integrity that has great product knowledge. AML is confident this relationship will provide a solid platform for continued growth.”

Subsea Technologies, Inc. specializes in the supply of advanced underwater technology for the offshore survey and ROV industries. Based near Houston, Texas, the company offers an independent sales, service and support base to customers in partnership with leading international technology companies.

Established in 1974, AML Oceanographic designs, manufactures and sells oceanographic instrumentation. AML is the only oceanographic instrumentation company to offer field-swappable sensor-heads.

Subsea World News Staff, May 11, 2012; Image: AML Oceanographic

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