STR expands Saab Seaeye vehicle fleet

Matt Bates Director Saab Seaeye and Scott Johnstone Managing Director Subsea Technology & Rentals Matt Bates Director Saab Seaeye and Scott Johnstone Managing Director Subsea Technology & Rentals

Announced at the Saab Seaeye stand at Oceanology International 2018, Subsea Technology & Rentals Ltd has added an additional Saab Seaeye Falcon robotic vehicle to its global rental fleet of inspection class vehicles, with planned investment for more Falcons in the near future.

Growing demand over the last 12 months for the Falcon from their clients in the Oil and Gas and Renewable sectors has led STR to expand its rental resource, as the existing Falcons are currently on long term rental.

Announcing his decision, STR’s managing director, Scott Johnstone said, “STR firmly believe that the investment of the new Saab Seaeye Falcon remotely operated vehicle system demonstrates our commitment to our clients and to improving market conditions. As an innovative company STR understands the importance of investing and delivering class-leading technology to give our clients the very best solutions for their operations.”

By Jake Frith

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