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Last week, the company’s divers assisted GMC Maritim in inspecting...

Even though AKVA Marine Services mostly work towards the fish farming industry, the team members are no strangers to larger assignments – literally.

 

Akvagroup Asa

 

Last week, the company’s divers assisted GMC Maritim in inspecting an offshore installation in Gismarvik. The condition of the hull, fouling and painting were some of controlled items. In addition, the team dismantled the tow bridle and lifted it onto quay. 

“These days we rarely work with offshore installations, but this kind of assignment suits us perfectly. We draw on long experience with maintenance and inspections and use modern video equipment to document the condition of our clients’ equipment,” says Project Manager Jarle Birkeland. 

 

Akvagroup Asa

 


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