DELTA ROV is located in the Clark Free port Zone in the Philippines and is involved in underwater inspections, construction and drilling assistance.
With that strategic situation in the Philippines, SEAROV OFFSHORE will benefit from the logistic capacity of DELTA ROV to improve its responses and ensure efficient operations to their new customers in Southeast Asia.
In 2016, SEAROV developed an innovative and cost saving subsea cleaning tool that generated attention of new clients in Indonesia and Myanmar where they now run an office. By taking a part of DELTA ROV in the Philippines, SEAROV is in good position to develop its activity in South East Asia thanks to this strategic situation.
Most recently, the French company has signed a sales agreement with COMEX solution ORUS-3D. This is a 3D underwater survey and high resolution modelling solution, which claim to be the fastest and most precise automatic in-line metrology system in the world. Designed in 2011, ORUS-3D is the result of a close collaboration between a French research unit and laboratory co-funded by the French state and the European development fund.
COMEX has released ORUS 3D a high resolution measurement tool for all underwater inspection, control and monitoring needs.
“SEAROV has achieved several significant milestones last year. These include the development of the patented cleaning tool, our first project done in Southeast Asia and renewal of long-term contracts in West Africa,” says Maxime Cerramon, founder and owner of SEAROV OFFSHORE.
With these new partnerships with DELTA ROV and ORUS-3D, SEAROV confirms its willingness to offer innovation and responsiveness to its clients.
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