Unique System UK Places GBP1m Order30/03/2012
|Sonardyne International, UK, has received an order for 6G acoustic positioning equipment worth over GBP1 million from hydrographic survey and diving equipment specialists Unique System (UK). The purchase was made on the final day of the Oceanology International 2012 exhibition and conference held in London earlier this month and is Sonardyne’s fourth major order from a rental company in as many weeks.|
Unique System (UK) Ltd, a part of Unique Maritime Group based in Sharjah, UAE, is a major distributor and rental company for advanced marine and diving equipment. It offers an extensive range of products, services and turnkey solutions to the diving and survey industries.
The Fusion LBL 6G equipment ordered by Unique System will be added to the equipment inventory pool held at its new regional headquarters in Aberdeen and will be made available for use on survey construction projects across Europe. 6G products utilise Sonardyne’s ultra-wideband width, digital ranging and telemetry protocols offering ease of use, reliable performance and the flexibility to reconfigure the equipment to meet the broadest possible range of subsea positioning and wireless communication applications.
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