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ORE Offshore Adopting EdgeTech Name

  24/02/2012
The USA-based company ORE Offshore is adopting the EdgeTech brand name. The two divisions have been operating successfully under one roof for many years. The engineering, manufacturing and services personnel have been working in collaboration for over ten years and the organisation is looking forward to this natural progression of events. The company is excited to continue building its reputation under one common name moving forward.



What this means for customers: more great products and services from one organisation with one name to remember. The combined organisation will still be providing high-quality acoustic releases, USBL acoustic tracking systems, side scan sonar, sub-bottom profilers, bathymetric systems and custom-made underwater acoustic solutions. EdgeTech aims to understand the overall needs of the customer and has a diverse group working in the field of underwater acoustic technology for decades. The company believes that migrating to one single, industry-recognised and respected name, EdgeTech, should make it easier for its customers to understand who it is, and will provide them the comfort of placing one call to an organisation that is knowledgeable and willing to help in the field of underwater acoustics, imagery and related technology.

 




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 Offshore  USBL  Acoustics  sonar  Tracking 

Supplier: EdgeTech

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