Sonardyne Grows Presence in Australasia, Chooses Scope Engineering as Agent
UK's Sonardyne announced Thursday that as part of an expanded investment program in the Australasian offshore industry, Sonardyne Asia Pte Ltd. in Singapore has appointed Scope Engineering (WA) Pty Ltd. as its agent for Australia, New Zealand and the surrounding territories.
Based in Perth, Western Australia, Scope Engineering delivers a range of marine engineering and fabrication services as well as providing third party technology solutions for offshore monitoring and inspection surveys. Now as Sonardyne’s agent, Scope Engineering will collaborate with the company on commercial opportunities within subsea asset monitoring, exploration and reservoir surveillance, ocean science, vessel positioning and offshore drilling.
“Sonardyne and Scope Engineering have worked together informally for over 20 years so we are taking the opportunity to cement our relationship with this new agency agreement,” said Graham Brown, Sonardyne’s divisional director for Oil and Gas. “The team at Scope Engineering has expert knowledge of the Australian market and share our commitment to helping clients achieve their goals – reducing risk, minimising costs and improving operational capability.”
Luke Roughan at Scope Engineering commented, “We’re excited to formally align the capabilities of our own organization with those of Sonardyne whose portfolio of subsea technologies and application knowledge is unrivalled in the marketplace. It is a fantastic opportunity and is one we expect will lead to continued growth for both companies.”
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