This week saw the signing of a representative agreement making Italian Marine ONE the second company in October to include EIVA hardware and software solutions for offshore construction and subsea surveying operations in its product portfolio.

EIVA has recently increased its focus on providing customers a local point of contact due to growing international activities. Last week, the Danish offshore specialist announced that the Brazilian company MACSEA had joined the worldwide network of EIVA representatives. This week, EIVA signed yet another representative agreement, this time with the Italian company Marine ONE.

Marine ONE will be the first company in Italy to hold the title as authorised EIVA representative. Marine ONE is headed by Dr Aldo Monaca, who has many years’ experience in the surveying discipline, and who is pleased to announce the new agreement:

‘We are very happy to become EIVA representative in Italy and will strive to also become training partner in Italy and the surrounding countries such as Malta. Marine ONE sees this partnership as a great opportunity and looks forward to growing the sales of EIVA hardware, software, including system solutions, in the Italian market in the years to come,’ said Dr Aldo Monaca, CEO of Marine ONE.

‘Marine ONE has demonstrated great interest and capability in representing EIVA, and, with its high level of enthusiasm, we are confident that Marine ONE can attend to EIVA’s interest and meet our growth ambitions,’ said Jakob Møller Nielsen.

EIVA Day Italy 2015 to be the first joint activity

The new agreement kicks off with an EIVA Day Italy taking place next week in Sicily on 27 October at the Nautical College of Catania (Istituto Tecnico Nautico Statale Duca degli Abruzzi), at which both EIVA and Marine ONE will be present. The event offers offshore professionals a chance to learn more about EIVA’s solutions and services and how the company in cooperation with Marine ONE can contribute to ensuring more efficient offshore operations both time- and cost-wise.

‘We believe there is great potential in the Italian market, not least due to the many oil and gas activities expected in the future. The many people who have already signed up for the EIVA Day Italy testify to this, and we look forward to exploring the opportunities in the country further together with Marine ONE,’ said EIVA Sales Director Jakob Møller Nielsen.

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