Bowtech: First Time at Rio Oil and Gas Exhibition in Brazil

Bowtech First Time at Rio Oil and Gas Exhibition in Brazil

Bowtech Products Ltd. (‘Bowtech’), a market leader in underwater and harsh environment vision systems, has announced that they will be exhibiting for the first time at the Rio Oil and Gas 2012 exhibition, on the Subsea UK Pavilion, Annex 3/4, No 11, September 17-20th at the Riocentro Convention Centre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A leading oil and gas industry event in Latin America, Rio Oil & Gas Expo and Conference takes place in Rio de Janeiro every two years and began in 1982.

Bowtech are exhibiting for the first time at the exhibition to increase their exposure in South America, where they are represented by their exclusive agents – Seatronics do Brasil. Bowtech’s focus in the region comes after successful trade missions to Brazil and subsequent deployment of products in a prestigious subsea pipeline survey project.

Subsea UK’s pavilion will be showcasing British expertise within the subsea industry, with its largest ever delegation of member companies. Bowtech will be utilising Subsea UK’s high profile stand and graphic displays to promote their oil and gas systems, which include:

• Oil and BOP Leak Detection System

• AHMS/ARMS – Anchor Handling and Retrieval Monitoring System

• RVIS – Riser Visual Inspection System

• I-Tube Visual Inspection System

• Well Head Visual Monitoring System

• LMRP Landing (Latch/Detach) Visual Inspection System

• On Deck BOP Visual Inspection System

• Jack Up Spud Can Monitoring System

Bowtech will also be discussing their latest underwater camera and LED lighting technology, including their 3D cameras and new Explorer Lite camera, the latest product in their low light camera range.

Speaking from Macaé, Mike Winstanley, Sales and Marketing Director says: “Latin America and especially Brazil are of key importance to Bowtech. We have been selling products into Brazil for 23 years and have recently had tremendous success. This I attribute mainly to the Brazilian operators having highly ambitious plans to exploit their resources, as effectively as possible, and also to their drive to embrace and implement new technologies and procedures, helping them achieve objectives efficiently; that’s where we come in with our innovative solutions. I fully expect a high level of interest at this exciting global event.”

Press Release, September 14, 2012

 

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