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SMD and SEAJET Systems partner up for subsea technology

SEAJET Systems (SJS) has signed a manufacturing partnership agreement with Soil Machine Dynamics (SMD) for subsea excavation and trenching technology.

The partnership will see SMD exclusively build, test and commission the fleet of CFE equipment in its production facility in Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne. 

According to SMD, the agreement follows SJS’s launch in May, where it offered the offshore energy industry the ability to own and operate CFE technology for the first time.

Developed by optimising existing CFE technology, SJS introduces advanced hydrodynamic properties suitable for a wide range of applications and variable seabed conditions, the company added.

“Following our launch, we’ve seen significant interest in our solutions that have been honed over 25 years and now together with SMD, we offer a real step-change in CFE provision to our global client base,” said Faisel Chaudry, managing director at SJS.

“This major milestone also provides us with the opportunity to think about what’s next – by continually pushing the boundaries in CFE tooling development and working with SMD’s engineering team to deliver cutting-edge solutions that combine the expertise of both companies. We’re excited for the future.”