Impact Subsea recently opened a new chapter in its growth trajectory with the move to larger headquarters in The Aberdeen Energy Park, United Kingdom.
The company’s headquarters, located at Silverfield House, provide ample space to support the company’s sustained growth. Silverfield House provides 12,000 sq ft of modern office, production, training, calibration and demonstration space.
With its previous base situated in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, the move to Aberdeen will serve as a more centralised hub to streamline the company’s operations.
Managing Director Ben Grant was pleased with the move, saying;
“To support the continued growth of Impact Subsea, we are delighted to announce the acquisition of larger premises. Our new premises not only enable continued support to users of our sensors but provide a strong base to take on new employees and launch further innovative underwater sensors.”
Alastair Mclennan-Murray, Technical Director, shared the same sentiment, noting that;
“The new headquarters will facilitate the development, prototyping and production of sensors in line with the product development road map.”
“The year ahead is going to be an exciting one as we release new technology to challenge the status quo of existing solutions in the market.”
Impact Subsea’s NEW Aberdeen Address:
Aberdeen Energy Park,
Bridge of Don,
All telephone and e-mail contact details will remain the same.
For more information about Impact Subsea please visit the About Page.
For detailed information on Impact Subsea sensors visit the Products Page.