Hydro technology manufacturer Saab Seaeye has expanded its international presence with the opening of a new office in Houston, the England-based company has announced.
The new office reflects Saab Seaeye‘s growing interests in America — particularly in areas around the Gulf of Mexico — and will allow the company to offer better technical service support.
“The move places us in an ideal position to support sales and service in the region,” said Saab Seaeye director Matt Bates. “Our distributors around the world already offer a range of support services to their regions, and Houston is a natural service hub for the Americas.”
Saab Seaeye’s remotely operated vehicles allow hydropower project and dam operators to inspect underwater areas that might be otherwise inaccessible, such as the water conveyance tunnel at the 1,000-MW Kemarno hydroelectric plant.
Saab’s Seaeye units are offered in 11 different variants, each with differing capabilities and applications.
For more information about the entire line of Saab Seaeye projects, visit the company’s website here.