ABERDEEN subsea engineering firm, OceanTools, have secured a “significant” order worth nearly £400,000.
The Bridge-of-Don based company will design and manufacture highly specialised deepwater subsea housings for Proeon Systems Ltd, Safety and Control Systems Integration Company based in Norfolk.
Kevin Parker, OceanTools managing director, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have won this prestigious order.
“Our team of subsea engineers, led by Stuart Rowley, have many years of experience coming up with innovative solutions to complex subsea problems and this, during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, is great testimony to their engineering prowess”.
Richard Miller, managing director of Proeon added “We needed a supplier with the technical capability and specialism to design and manufacture these housings to exacting standards and meet the tight delivery requirements of the project.
“We entrusted OceanTools with the order as we believe, given their extensive track record, they could be trusted to deliver a quality product on time and to budget“.