Applied Acoustics’ Nexus USBL for Neptune

Western Advance, distributor for Applied Acoustic Engineering (AAE) in Australia, has recently completed a contract for the supply of one of AAE’s Nexus USBL systems to Neptune Marine Services headquartered in Perth, WA.

According to the company, the provision of this system marks the 450th USBL system that AAE has supplied to the subsea industry.

Neptune’s operations manager, Pat Fournier, said: “Given the amount of work we are now undertaking where the use of a USBL system is a requirement, it makes sense for Neptune to invest in a permanent system and as our operators have built up a good track record with the Nexus system, the decision to purchase wasn’t difficult.”

Cory Brooks, sales manager of the Marine Division of Western Advance said: “We have enjoyed a close working relationship over the years with both Neptune Marine Services and AAE, and we look forward to continuing our role in introducing quality equipment to the Australian market while providing a first class service to our clients.”

 

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