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Delta SubSea demonstrates rapid response capabilities

01st December 2014

Delta SubSea mobilised an entire ROV system including: Schilling Robotics HD 150 ROV, Dynacon Launch and Recovery System, and ROV Control Van on an Antonov An-124 Ruslan airplane

Delta SubSea demonstrates rapid response capabilities
DSS’s ROV system was delivered to Trinidad for pipelay survey operations in Venezuela

The Antonov An-124 Ruslan airplane is a strategic airlift jet aircraft. The An-124 is the world’s highest gross weight production cargo airplane and second heaviest operating cargo aircraft. DSS’s ROV system was mobilised at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas.

DSS’s ROV system was delivered to Trinidad for pipelay survey operations in Venezuela.

“The mobilisation on the An-124 plane is a great example of how Delta SubSea brings clients best-in-class services in a clean efficient manner,” said Scott Dingman, president of Delta SubSea.

“This specific client had an immediate need for a complete ROV system and because of our disciplined methodical approach we were able to deliver on time and under budget.”

Delta SubSea (DSS) is a leading integrated independent provider of ROV Services and Solutions. Delta SubSea’s ROV fleet is focused on solutions for customers in the inspection, repair and maintenance, construction, drilling and decommissioning market segments. In addition to ROV Services, DSS also provides Subsea Project Management, Subsea Project Support Services, Subject Matter Experts and Client Representation for Diving/ROV/Subsea Construction.

Our comprehensive internal processes, procedures and support services ensure professional and effective representation on behalf of our clients throughout the project life cycle. With our extensive knowledge in the offshore energy industry, a disciplined methodical approach to project management and access to a skilled global workforce, DSS is ideally positioned to manage and deliver your project on time and under budget.

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