Sonardyne Brasil Ltda., specialists in subsea navigation and positioning technology, has opened its second office in the country. Strategically located in the Energy Industries Council (EIC) building in downtown Rio de Janeiro, the new office will act as a commercial and technology training hub, supporting the company's main operational headquarters in Rio Das Ostras, 180 kilometers to the north. The opening of the new satellite office not only reaffirms Sonardyne's commitment to ongoing investment in this growing market, but also positions the organization closer to the commercial center of its key customer base.
Sonardyne Brasil Ltda. gear up for the future with the addition of a new strategically located office
Sonardyne's acoustic and inertial navigation equipment is operational in every deep water field around Brazil and is used to navigate underwater vehicles, install seabed structures and position multiple surface vessels. The company's product range is continually being expanded to meet the industry's requirement for capable and versatile underwater technology and earlier this month, Sonardyne introduced its latest innovation – a high precision Doppler Velocity Log called Syrinx.
Operating from EIC's Rio de Janeiro office will allow Sonardyne to have greater contact with its clients in order to identify and better understand their current and future requirements. The company will also be able to tap into the latest market reports and intelligence emerging from the region provided by the EIC to its members through the regular business presentations, workshops and corporate entertainment events it hosts.
Richard Binks, Offshore Business Development Director at Sonardyne Brasil Ltda. said, "Brazil continues to be an important strategic business focus for our business. Our customers rely on us to deliver world-class subsea products that help reduce risk and deliver improved efficiencies in their offshore projects. Our new office in Rio will ensure that we are in the best place to meet customers' expectations and demand for next-generation products, ong