Reef Subsea Moves to Port of Blyth Premises

Reef Subsea has signed a service agreement with the Port of Blyth for a new storage, maintenance and mobilisation facility as part of the company’s continued growth plan.

Reef Subsea Moves to Port of Blyth Premises

The new facility provides 1800m2 of serviced internal and external storage space for asset maintenance and storage combined with office facilities for a team of personnel.

Reef Subsea now has direct access to two mobilisation quays and the required infrastructure to support mobilisation and demobilisation at immediate notice.

Reef Subsea has considerable experience installing and trenching flexible products (submarine power cables, umbilicals, flowlines and pipelines) and post-trench burial of all subsea products into offshore oil and gas, renewable, seismic, and telecommunication sectors and has enjoyed continued growth since its formation in 2012.

The Port of Blyth is a modern offshore energy focussed Trust Port strategically located on the East coast of the UK, handling vessels of over 9m draft and providing a comprehensive of handling and logistics services to the sector.

Ivan Coyard, Chief Operations Officer of Reef Subsea, said: “By working with Port of Blyth, an experienced and supportive business partner, to take over our new onshore premises, Reef Subsea is continuing the strong growth pattern already established. These new premises will ensure that Reef Subsea has the facilities required to enable us to continue to provide first-class support to meet the diverse and specific needs of our clients. The whole team looks forward to working in partnership with the team in Blyth and the mutual benefits this will bring.

Port of Blyth Chief Executive, Martin Lawlor, confirmed: “We are delighted to have significantly strengthened our partnership with Reef Subsea, a prominent and well respected operator in this field. We believe the deal is testament to our first class facilities and growing reputation for providing service excellence to the offshore energy sector as a whole.”

Press Release, October 06, 2014

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