Subsea Global Solutions Sets Up Texas Office

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Subsea Global Solutions (SGS), an underwater repair, maintenance and marine solutions provider, has opened a new office in Texas.

The office, in Webster, Texas, near Houston, should put SGS in a good position to support demand for its services on the Gulf Coast, and in the Houston and Galveston areas.

SGS said that the newly set up base would provide trained personnel and specialized equipment to deliver cost-effective maintenance and repair solutions.

“2016 will be a pivotal growth year for SGS as we continue to expand our services in the oil and gas industry, as well as the commercial shipping industry, in the U.S. and globally. In addition to our new office in Webster, Texas, we also expect to add more locations in North America in 2016, as well as additional international locations,” said Paul Peters, chief executive officer at SGS.

Subsea Global Solutions is a corporation consisting of the assets and personnel of Miami Diver LLC, Miami Diver Panama, Miami Diver International, Parker Diving Service LLC and Trident BV.

Subsea World News Staff

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