KDM Marine Plans to Develop Subsea Excavation Business in Asia Pacific

Leading subsea excavation specialist KDM Marine International is set to develop its business within the Asia Pacific region.

Members of the KDM Marine team, which is part of the James Fisher Group, will be exhibiting at OSEA 2014 in Singapore from Dec. 2 to 5 at Stand BG3-06 alongside its fellow group company Fisher Offshore.

Graham Murdoch, operations director at KDM Marine International, said: “KDM Marine International has established markets within the oil & gas and renewables sectors in Europe and North America. Our recent merger with the James Fisher Group has opened new opportunities worldwide and we recognize the significant potential for our impressive suite of excavation tools in the Asia Pacific region.”

KDM Marine International became part of the James Fisher Group in July. Its management and offshore teams have over 16 years’ experience in the subsea excavation industry and is responsible for the completion of over 300 projects in 40 countries.

The company, from its bases in Oldmeldrum in Scotland, Ciudad del Carmen in Mexico and Houston U.S., operates a suite of excavation products and services, including the innovative TwinProp mass flow excavator, the range of SP single prop excavators and suction dredge systems.


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