ETA Sets Up New Division

Hampshire-based subsea cable specialist, ETA, has established a new department to focus on the provision of marine cable connectors, terminations and accessories.

According to the company, the new division will continue to provide bespoke designs and at the same time develop ETA’s production lines for larger scale projects. The new division will also market related products such as power grounding units and cable recovery and repair tools.

ETA Connect’s managing director Andrew Thomas, who will head up the new division, said, “ETA has a strong cohesive approach, developing high quality, robust products at a competitive price. With this new division I am looking forward to working with customers and suppliers – old and new – to expand ETA’s capability and product range.”

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