N-Sea Establishes Middle East Base

Roddy James

N-Sea has announced the opening of a new office in Dubai, with operations due to start as early as August 2016.

The new base will support N-Sea’s  presence in the region, allowing the company to conduct diving, ROV and survey projects in the civil engineering and offshore markets throughout the UAE, the company explained.

The company has appointed Asa Gamble as managing director for the Middle East region, who will be responsible for the establishment and growth of all N-Sea services and products in the region.

N-Sea chief operating officer, Roddy James said: “In order to meet the growing needs of our subsea clients, it was essential to open a base in the Middle East. The area is a key focus for us and we are delighted to be expanding our survey and IMR operations whilst growing our presence in a new market.

Commenting on his appointment, Asa Gamble said: “This is an exciting new role for me, and I’m looking forward to the challenge. N-Sea has an outstanding track record in diving, ROV and survey projects and I look forward to utilizing my considerable experience of working in the Middle East to ensure that N-Sea is ideally positioned to grow within this market place.”

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