Unique System Predicts a Promising 2014 with Npcc

Published Jan 15, 2014 3:22 PM by The Maritime Executive

Unique System FZE, a Unique Maritime Group company, which is one of the world’s leading integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solutions provider, has been awarded a 2-year service contract by NPCC.

Established in April 1973, The National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) is a leading construction company, providing clients total Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services in the development of offshore and onshore Oil & Gas fields for the Arabian Gulf and the regional markets.

Over the years Unique System FZE has been supporting NPCC offshore operation with a wide range of survey equipments. Through a continuous rental pool investment policy, Unique System ensures state-of-the-art survey solutions are readily available to support varied survey applications at NPCC. The 2 year contact covers a wide range of equipments for hydrographic surveys, geophysical surveys, oceanographic surveys, observation class ROV, surface & underwater positioning to support NPCC projects in Middle East & South Asia. 

On this occasion, Tarek Abdulla Al Marzouqi, Survey Manager @ NPCC commented, “We are delighted to approach Unique System FZE once again for their survey equipment. We believe that Unique System FZE has some of the best survey equipments in their rental pool which will help us in delivering the desired results through our projects in both India and the UAE.”

Adding to this, Ian Huggins, General Manager @ Unique System FZE said, “We are happy to be awarded the service contract by NPCC.  Unique System FZE & NPCC have always had a close co-operation and the latest contract reaffirms our strong position in the rental market of survey equipment. Our vast rental pool & workshop facilities in India and the UAE will further enhance our abilities in supporting NPCC in their projects of varying complexities. We look forward to continue our decade-long association with NPCC.”

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