The division, based in the UK at Malton, North Yorkshire, has commenced trading and already completed its first order: the design and supply of an Anode Replacement Skid for Hallin Marine's West Group.
The Skid has been successfully deployed with a Hallin Quasar Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV), and 90 subsea anodes were installed on production platforms.
The work was carried out off the coast of the Congo for Taurius Diving with the ultimate client being oil major Total. Hallin has now secured further ROV work in the region.
Hallin's Chief Executive, John Giddens, said: "This engineering division is a huge asset as it allows the whole group to extend the range of services to our clients and deliver a total solution for their subsea engineering projects.
"The new division's expertise and experience will benefit Hallin companies and their clients and will also be available to tackle new clients' subsea engineering problems."
Hallin Marine provides subsea construction and inspection solutions. It employs experienced subsea engineering staff to manage projects using: support vessels, saturation diving systems, air/mixed gas diving spreads and remote operating vehicles. The Company owns all its principal equipment, including the diving systems. Its expanding operations cover the Southeast Asia, India, China and Middle East regions.
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