Unique Group signs engineering and equipment deal with INNOVO
Published by Elizabeth Corner,
Unique Group, integrated subsea and offshore solution providers, has announced that it has entered into a co-operation agreement with UK-based INNOVO. As part of the agreement, the two engineering and manufacturing companies will collaborate to provide sales and rental equipment and engineering solutions for the marine and oil and gas market sectors in the Middle East and South East Asia region.
Headquartered in Aberdeen, INNOVO provides high value professional services and high technology equipment for renewables, oil and gas, and marine business sectors. INNOVO, best known for designing the first fully electric drive cable laying system, offers a wide range of products, including jack-up systems that are designed and built in-house, modular pontoons and cable laying equipment, such as a powered reel drive system, spooler and modular carousel system. The firm also provides specialised engineering solutions for subsea and offshore applications.
“This agreement is significant for Unique Group”, highlighted Sahil Gandhi, Chief Operating Officer at Unique Group. “We are always looking for opportunities to upgrade our inventory with the addition of world-class products by establishing new partnerships. INNOVO is an established market leader with the best-in-quality cable laying equipment, modular jack-up systems, and pipeline repair systems. Through this partnership, we look forward to an enhanced offering for our customers in Middle East and Asia.”
Stefano Malagodi, Director of INNOVO further added, “We’re pleased to partner with Unique Group, who have established themselves as a leading engineering solutions provider worldwide. With our collective engineering expertise and technical support skills we will be able to mobilise our systems for some major projects in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions more efficiently.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/contracts-and-tenders/20092017/unique-group-signs-engineering-and-equipment-deal-with-innovo/
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