ITC Global is proud to provide Harkand Group with a custom engineered satellite communications solution that is tailored to the unique requirements of their vessels.
Harkand is one of the few inspection, repair and maintenance world players able to provide clients with a true one-stop shop service including engineering, project management, ROV services, diving, survey and operating a fleet of high-quality offshore support vessels. They currently operate in four distinct regions across the globe; Africa/Middle East, Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.
ITC Global currently supports the diving support vessel Swordfish, the multi-purpose support vessel Viking Poseidon and subsea vessel Spearfish. These vessels act as a base for advanced remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), and have been placed in the Gulf of Mexico and North Sea to inspect and repair offshore installations. ITC has developed an end-to-end satellite communications solution tailored to the unique requirements of Harkand. The network has been designed to ensure operational integrity, protect personnel and property and provide seamless coverage to sites across the globe.
"Communications are critical to providing streaming video for our ROVs (remote operated vehicles). ITC Global takes a proactive approach to recommending innovative designs that improve the quality and cost effectiveness of our service. We actually started to take for granted how well ITC Global’s services work."
- Jim Parker, Vice President of Group Marine Assets, Harkand
“The personal touch and attention to customer service has been excellent, whether it is business hours, afterhours or the weekend. They go above and beyond, and we can even request specific technicians by name.”
- Jerry Sims, Vessel Manager, Harkand Group
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Harkand is an inspection, repair and maintenance operator providing engineering, project management, ROV services, diving, survey and operating to offshore support vessels. ITC Global currently supports the diving support vessel Swordfish, the multi-purpose support vessel Viking Poseidon and subsea vessel Spearfish.