As part of Ocean Installer’s global growth strategy, the company has established office in Perth, Australia to meet client demand for subsea construction services. “This is the beginning of our presence in another ...read more →
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The oceanographic research ship ‘Hespérides’ has set sail from her home port in Cartagena on October 20th to ...read more →
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