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The presence of VIKING Life-Saving Equipment at OTC 2018 is a chance for offshore asset owners and operators to achieve new cost-efficiencies and reduce production risks by further simplifying safety compliance management.
For the second consecutive year, revenue and earnings remained stagnant for 2017 at VIKING Life-Saving Equipment A/S.
VIKING Life-Saving Equipment is set to announce another major innovation for those who want to stay safe while exploring Polar waters – the VIKING VEC PlusTM Polar.
VIKING will introduce visitors to its latest MES solution that enables shipowners and operators to significantly reduce servicing costs and administration.
VIKING Life-Saving Equipment A/S is experiencing a moderate slowdown following several years of continuous growth.
Thousands of Ocenco M-20.2 EEBDs from 2002 will need replacing before 1 July 2017 – and exclusive distributor VIKING is presenting a hard-to-beat business case.
Shipowners hoping to save training costs, reduce risks and increase the efficiency of ISPS maritime security compliance can now take advantage of new, computer-based training from VIKING Saatsea.
Pump manufacturer DESMI’s Steve Godwin is looking very pleased. He’s standing on the deck of a naval ship, monitoring events closely as a helicopter hangs in the air just metres off the vessel’s port side, swaying gently in the relatively light easterly wind. As we watch, a line is winched down from the chopper to several crew members crouched on deck.
The lifting process on jack-up vessels is a key process in any offshore wind turbine installation or maintenance project. Control systems such as tagline systems are a necessary part of the lifting setup.