Axys and 3E sign cooperation agreement

Tuesday, 3 November, 2015 - 12:15

Axys and 3E have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) regarding future collaborations and cooperation activities. This includes commercially driven research, development and demonstration as well as sharing market trend information and innovative problem-solving techniques to meet and exceed client requirements and expectations.

Business relationship between Canadian based Axys and Belgium based 3E was first formally introduced in August 2015 when Axys purchased FLiDAR NV, previously owned by 3E and OWA. Although Axys and 3E have traditionally different geographical markets and commercial offerings, both companies work in offshore marine industries and believe that together they can offer more complete solutions to common clients. Together, the companies expect to develop and jointly market several new solution offerings to their perspective clients as a result of this cooperation agreement.

“We are pleased to be able to collaborate with 3E to develop new services and products that we truly believe will provide increased value to clients of both companies. This is an excellent opportunity that presented itself following our acquisition of FLiDAR 6 weeks ago,” said Terry Tarle, Axys President & CEO. “Both of our companies have a culture of innovation,“ added Geert Palmers, 3E CEO, “and by combining our efforts we plan to bring new innovative solutions to market very quickly.”

Katharina Garus / Axys

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