ACE Winches Presents New Linear Winch at OEEC 2016

ACE Winches will reveal its new 500te Linear Winch at this year’s Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference in Amsterdam.

The new 500te Linear Winch has been designed, engineered and manufactured at ACE Winches facilities in Aberdeenshire, UK.

The new product is now in its final stages of FAT testing, with mobilisation scheduled for mid-December 2016 for its first contract. The contract will conclude in early spring 2017 when the unit will be available for hire, the company informed.

Alfie Cheyne, CEO, ACE Winches said: “We have invested substantially in both our products and services. In challenging times this is extremely important and these projects are testament to the hard work put in from the team.

“For a high quality and cost effective solution for your offshore projects, the team will be on the hand throughout Offshore Energy to meet with companies that have a requirement for engineered deck machinery solutions encompassing electrical and electronic control systems.”

ACE Winches will be exhibiting on stand 5.106 at Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference, Amsterdam from 24 to 26 October 2016.

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