Trelleborg to display seismic solutions at SEG

Trelleborg’s offshore operation will showcase its comprehensive range of bend protection, towing, handling, and cable management products at the 84th SEG International Exposition in Denver, Colorado.

Trelleborg to display seismic solutions at SEG

Located on stand 2462, the company will give visitors the chance to see its portfolio of cable protection products, including its cumberland grips, super boots, helical rod systems and bend stiffeners.
Bill Ram, Sales Manager with Trelleborg’s offshore operation in Coventry, England, comments: “Our specialized materials are used in a number of challenging applications, often requiring high levels of resistance, durability and flexibility. As a result, it is imperative that we continue to develop our solutions to ensure that they consistently meet these increasingly demanding environments.

“SEG provides us with the ideal environment to really get under the skin of our customers and listen to their product needs. As a result, it allows us to ensure that our solutions truly align with their requirements. So while safe handling and deployment of cables and survey spreads is the driving force behind our solutions, our core focus is to ensure customer performance at every level.”

Among the specialist cable protection products being showcased, Trelleborg will have a selection of products on stand which, the company says, represent a small example of solutions that Trelleborg tailor for many customers globally.

The SEG International Exposition brings together more than 350 leading companies, government agencies, research and educational institutions involved in global oil, gas and mineral exploration, and new areas of civil engineering, environmental and archaeology. The SEG International Exposition features opportunities and events beyond the exhibition floor that serve to advance geoscience on a professional and personal level for the thousands of attendees who participate each year.

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