ROV manufacturer Deep Trekker moves, expands headquarters

ROV manufacturer

Deep Trekker Inc., a manufacturer of underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and submersible pipe crawlers, has moved its head office in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and expanded the space.

The new location offers more office and manufacturing space to support the company’s growth strategy, according to a press release. Deep Trekker says the move is “to accommodate for the growing, global popularity [of] the company’s robots.”

“With this new office, we have the opportunity to further expand our team and engineering capabilities; also, increasing our ability to service current and future projects,” says Sam MacDonald, president of Deep Trekker.

Deep Trekker was incorporated in 2010. Its product offerings include the DTG2 ROV, the DTX2 ROV and the DT340 Pipe Crawler.

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