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UK ROV services company, Film-Ocean Ltd, continues to expand its ROV fleet with the addition of a further Quasar 150HP Workclass ROV system. This significant investment is part of Film-Ocean's fleet expansion strategy, which has seen four ROV systems added to the fleet over the past 12 months.
Working at depths of up to 3000m Film-Ocean's Quasar 150HP Workclass ROV, a medium-sized high-power ROV, is well-suited for surveying, IRM, drill support and construction tasks; it's an all-rounder and the backbone of Film-Ocean's ROV fleet. The Quasar ROV is fitted with the latest technologies used for a broad range of operations.
Film-Ocean's Quasar systems are both currently deployed in the North Sea and the Aegean Sea, supporting an electrical interconnection cable installation project.
Scott Jenney, Film-Ocean CEO reported: "The additional Quasar ROV system is the latest in a series of planned developments within the business and an excellent addition to the fleet. We continue to see a high level of enquiries for this type of ROV system and this investment allows us to provide the additional capacity that our customers require.”
Scott Jenney, Film-Ocean CEO, continues: "The latest strategic investment will equip Film-Ocean to continue with our development plans both domestic and international."