Ashtead Nets Subsea Contract from Fugro

Ashtead Technology has secured a new contract with FUGRO to be a preferred supplier of subsea rental equipment and associated services to all its operating companies around the world.  

The award comes as the Aberdeen headquartered business launches its 30th anniversary celebrations at Subsea Expo today (11 February 2015).

In the new two year agreement, Ashtead Technology will rent subsea equipment, including underwater positioning, subsea inspection, ROV survey sensors and tooling, metocean, hydrographic and geophysical and camera and video equipment, to FUGRO companies worldwide.

Tim Sheehan, commercial director of Ashtead Technology, said: “This is a strategically important contract win for us and we are totally focused on delivering real value and efficiencies to FUGRO by meeting all their requirements for subsea equipment across their global operations. We believe this contract award is a result of our service delivery to Fugro over the last two years coupled with major investment in our rental fleet which guarantees our customers can access the latest and most in-demand technology on the market.”

“FUGRO is a major account for us and we will be working hard to build on existing relationships with all its operating companies from Aberdeen to Bergen, Cairo to Abu Dhabi, Singapore to Perth Australia and from Rio to Houston,” added Sheehan.

Ashtead Technology has marked three decades in business with a clear strategy for the future to further increase its range of services, the company wrote in a press release.

Sheehan said: “With recent strong growth, significant investment in our rental fleet, a number of exclusive product sales agreements secured with world-leading manufacturers and a brand new, industry-first training academy, we have entered our 30th year in a robust position.

“Since the eighties, the subsea sector has evolved to become a recognised stand-alone industry that has been growing globally at a phenomenal rate. With the recent decline in oil price, 2015 is set to be a challenging year but innovation and technology will be key to driving efficiency and Ashtead is ideally placed to work hand-in-hand with our customers to explore and then deliver the best and most efficient solutions for their specific needs.”

Ashtead Technology now employs 95 people in Aberdeen, London, Houston and Singapore with agents in Abu Dhabi, Perth (Australia) and Stavanger.

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