Proserv, an international energy production technology services company, announced it recently unveiled a global research and development (R&D) hub in Norway that will deliver subsea technologies. The facility includes a 5,382 square foot workshop.
The company said the facility will also include a demonstration showroom as well as 11,840 square feet of office space.
"The R&D facility represents another major milestone in Proserv's exceptional growth story," said Proserv CEO David Lamont. "The center will serve as a global hub for all of our subsea R&D activities, which are at the core of our business, and where we will develop fit-for-purpose systems and solutions that are reliable, efficient and delivered in an ingeniously simple way for clients around the world."
The hub will be in Trondheim where The Norwegian University of Science and Technology as well as Scandinavia's largest independent research institute is located.
"New technology is the life-blood of Proserv and through the work of our talented engineering team in Trondheim, we aim to expand the Group's R&D capabilities," Lamont added.