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MacArtney Strengthens Offshore Renewable Energy Sector

Energy department at headquarters in Esbjerg, Denmark.Bjørn Joensen and Erik J. Aalbæk join MacArtney to begin work on strengthening and developing MacArtney’s Offshore Renewable Energy sector, in line with the corporate strategy.Esbjerg local, Bjørn Joensen joins the MacArtney Group as Sales Director for Offshore Wind from the SH Group A/S where he worked as the General Manager to develop the overall business and increase sales. With a maritime-based background, Joensen was initially educated as a Marine Technician and holds a professional degree in Business Leadership

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MacArtney Expands Into Italian Market

strategy to expand global reach and be closer to the customer, thereby continuing to achieve a global presence with local support.The new MacArtney Italy operation will benefit from working together with highly-trained and multi-disciplinary engineering and project management departments within the MacArtney Group dedicated to developing and delivering solutions for even the most complex subsea challenges.At the helm, new Managing Director, local Vincenzo Mauro, will be bringing a strong sales and technical background in underwater technology and connectivity with him. Vincenzo began his career as a

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MacArtney Sponsors UK MATE ROV Team

climate change to big underwater discoveries, ROVs are shaping the future. Thanks to the tremendous help of MacArtney, we are participating in the international MATE ROV competition. Our innovative designs can act in real-world scenarios and improve thousands of lives. The future is now.”The MacArtney Group work across the globe to support ocean space institutes and industries, providing innovative integrated systems and custom solutions

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SubConn Expands Its Production Facility

with its existing 2,500-square-meter space to nearly double its existing production facilities.With new premises and investments in production equipment and staff recruitment, SubConn now has the infrastructure to meet current demand and supply future growth, according to major shareholder the MacArtney Group.MacArtney and SubConn share a long history after a handshake, some 40 years ago, to market and sell SubConn underwater mateable electrical connectors on the global market.Four decades later, MacArtney supports the entire SubConn range of products, supplied to numerous customers and users throughout

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MacArtney Unveils New Connectors

The MacArtney Group has launched its latest connectivity series, TrustLink Metal Shell Connectors, now in stock across the globe.The TrustLink (MS) series includes cutting-edge power and signal connectivity solutions for critical subsea and offshore applications. The TrustLink MS series is manufactured from stainless steel and comes in three shell sizes compatible with industry standards. Suitable for the harshest of marine environments due to their rugged reliability and high-density these compact modular designed connectors are easy to use and designed to fit where limited space is a factor, the

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MacArtney Underwater Technology Turns 40

Underwater Technology has turned into a market leader within the underwater technology industry. At the beginning MacArtney was solely a distributor of cables and connectors for offshore use but gradually focus was directed towards engineering and research and development of own products. Today, the MacArtney Group is accessible around the world and around the clock with 20 Group operations supplemented by a distributor network of 25 companies spread across the globe.Since its foundation in 1978, the MacArtney Group has been supplying underwater technology solutions to operators and developers within

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MacArtney Supplies Survey Equipment to Geo Group

in hardware and software. Having supplied this high-tech equipment to the Geo Group is the result of an excellent teamwork between our hydrographic department and the Geo Group, says Jörg Brunken, System Sales Manager, MacArtney Germany.   The engineering solutions and technologies of the MacArtney Group are supplied to offshore oil, gas and marine renewable energy industries, oceanographic institutes, survey and subsea contractors, civil engineering, defence and navy customers

Søren Skifter Christensen, MacArtney South America Operations. (Photo: MacArtney)

MacArtney Expands Global Presence

having a background within sonar and underwater video technology. Emil resides in Mölnlycke, Sweden.    In their capacities as MacArtney representatives, the new operations get access to the entire range of MacArtney products, systems and integrated solutions, working with the MacArtney Group headquarters in Esbjerg, Denmark. Today the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group runs 20 Group operations supplemented by a distributor network of 25 companies spread across the world

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Case Study: High Accuracy Survey under Bridges

Client: WSA Berlin Application: Hydrography/Charting Product: Apogee-E Inertial Navigation System Project: Multibeam echo sounder stabilization and data georeferencing   The vessel Spreegrund, property of WSA Berlin, has been equipped by MBT, part of MacArtney group, with state-of- the-art equipment including the Apogee-E, the highest accuracy inertial navigation system from SBG. One of the main goals was to obtain very good results when surveying under bridges.    The catamaran survey vessel named Spreegrund serves as survey vessel on German lakes, adjacent canals and

MacArtney Supplies LISST-VSF to Europe

is available through MacArtney Underwater Technology and marks the first LISST-VSF sale to the European market by the company in its role as an exclusive representative of Sequoia Scientific products in the Nordic countries and Germany. This particular sale was closed by MBT GmbH as part of the MacArtney Group.     The LISST-VSF  The LISST-VSF from Sequoia is reportedly the world’s first commercially available submersible instrument for measuring the VSF of water in situ. It is a very specialized instrument that measures laser light scattering from 0.1 to 150 degrees. This

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