Posted by July 13, 2017

MMT Plots for Growth

  • Team Surveyor Interceptor 2. From the left, Erik K Bakkevig (CEO Kystdesign), Ola Oskarsson (founder & CTO, MMT) and Jostein Alendal (CEO, Reach Subsea). (©MMT)
  • MMT has taken on the DP 2 survey/IMR vessel M/V Olympic Delta on a long-term contract with the Norwegian ship owner Olympic Subsea ASA.  (© Olympic Subsea ASA)
  • Team Surveyor Interceptor 2. From the left, Erik K Bakkevig (CEO Kystdesign), Ola Oskarsson (founder & CTO, MMT) and Jostein Alendal (CEO, Reach Subsea). (©MMT) Team Surveyor Interceptor 2. From the left, Erik K Bakkevig (CEO Kystdesign), Ola Oskarsson (founder & CTO, MMT) and Jostein Alendal (CEO, Reach Subsea). (©MMT)
  • MMT has taken on the DP 2 survey/IMR vessel M/V Olympic Delta on a long-term contract with the Norwegian ship owner Olympic Subsea ASA.  (© Olympic Subsea ASA) MMT has taken on the DP 2 survey/IMR vessel M/V Olympic Delta on a long-term contract with the Norwegian ship owner Olympic Subsea ASA. (© Olympic Subsea ASA)

Marine survey company MMT said it has gained a good market position during the past year. Planning to continue this development, MMT has taken further steps to continue its growth, having chartered a new vessel M/V Olympic Delta and invested in ROV Surveyor Interceptor no 2.

 
The chartered DP 2 survey/IMR vessel M/V Olympic Delta is on a long-term contract with the Norwegian ship owner Olympic Subsea ASA. MMT will use the vessel for ROV Survey services and the first project will be in Biscay.
 
The investment in a new Surveyor Interceptor – made together with an industry partner, Reach Subsea – will increase MMT’s capacity to customers, to bring the revolutionary technology and services that this new concept represents, the company said.
 
MMT’s CEO, Stefan Eliasson, said, “This is an important milestone for MMT. With these new platforms we will maintain our position as the technical forefront marine survey company for the offshore industry.”
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