North-east marine equipment specialists invests six-figure sum in its subsea basket range
14 MAY 2014
A leading Aberdeenshire marine equipment specialist has invested a six-figure sum in its subsea equipment in order to achieve industry standards.
Motive Offshore, launched in 2010 by James Gregg and Dave Acton, has invested over £400,000 to develop its range of DNV GL certified multifunctional subsea baskets.
The significant investment has enabled the firm to implement improvements to its subsea basket range, and secure full certification to standard 2.7-3 from DNV GL - the leading technical advisor to the oil and gas industry.
The firm’s innovative baskets, which range from small tooling baskets to pipeline recovery baskets capable of retrieving up to 23 tonne payload, underwent prototype testing witnessed by DNV GL to ensure they are safe, reliable and efficient for the sector.
Motive Offshore now has one of the largest rental fleets of innovative and multifunctional subsea baskets in the industry, with its research and development department continually striving to develop its existing products and create new ones to meet customer requirements.
The firm has a comprehensive catalogue of equipment, including subsea winches available for rental and sale, and is currently working on new products including a 50 tonne payload basket.
It is always a pleasure to visit a company that is proactive in bringing new products to the market, especially a relatively new and expanding company, who are committed to innovation and continuous improvement.