Tyco deploys shore-end plow

Tyco Telecommunications has deployed a new shore-end plow in a recent cable landing operation.

Offshore staff

MORRISTOWN, New Jersey -- Tyco Telecommunications has deployed a new shore-end plow in a recent cable landing operation. The plow, which enables continuity of burial from beach to deepwater, provides shallow water burial capability without the need for manual diver jet burial.

“The new shore-end plow was an essential tool in our recent operation and resulted in a seamless and efficient cable landing, demonstrating its value to our installation team and customers,” says James Herron, MD of Tyco Telecommunications. “It is our top priority to provide our customers with not only the highest-quality products and services, but also the ability to customize solutions to meet their unique needs; our new shore-end plow undoubtedly provides our customers with the ultimate flexibility for varied cable landing environments.”

Tyco Telecommunications is currently upgrading its fleet of eight ships adding sea plows, cable tracking systems for ROVs, integrated computer control systems, and communication systems.

12/02/2009

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