OTC 2015: Royal IHC, Dräger join to offer dive support vessel source

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Royal IHC and Dräger have joined forces to offer a single source for fully integrated diving support vessels.

As revealed at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, the initial focus will lie on the market segment of vessels with automated, 18-person, twin-bell saturation diving systems.

According to Royal IHC, the partners offer state-of-the-art technical solutions at a competitive price, under a single contract. Plus, the alliance will be responsible for the execution of these complex projects, including full integration and certification.

The aim is to minimize commercial risk and complexity for the DSV customer by offering a single contract where the partners operate as one entity.


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