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DeepFlex to to establish a New Facility in the Port of Pensacola, Florida


Published Jul 14, 2014
DeepFlex Inc.

DeepFlex has signed an agreement with Offshore Inland Marine & Services, Inc. (OIMO) to establish a new unbonded flexible pipe manufacturing and qualification testing facility to be located in the Port of Pensacola, Florida .

The industrial complex will have direct access to the existing deep water quay-side, which is strategically located for optimized access to serve the flexible pipe markets in the Gulf of Mexico , West Africa , Europe and Asian regions. The state of the art manufacturing and qualification testing facilities will create job opportunities in excess of 100 direct jobs and make a significant contribution to the City of Pensacola's industrial and business growth.

The DeepFlex Pensacola Plant will initially have a manufacturing capacity of 100 normalized kilometers per year of unbonded flexible pipe to serve the rapid growth of offshore developments worldwide and will deliver the patented, high technology, composite fiber reinforced flexible pipes to the most harsh subsea environments.

This new plant is one part of a major capital expenditure program to strengthen DeepFlex's abilities in flexible pipe research, development, manufacturing, qualification testing, and delivery of customized solutions. The investment will reinforce DeepFlex's leadership position in the composite fiber reinforced unbonded flexible pipe market.

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