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Nautronix Global Headquarters in Energy Capital of Europe

Image: Nautronix Nautronix announces the opening of its new global headquarters in the Energy Capital of Europe, Aberdeen. In support of continued growth, Ury House, Howe Moss Crescent, Dyce consolidates the company’s engineering department and greatly expands their existing production facilities; enabling Nautronix to deliver more advanced and high-value acoustic communications and positioning solutions to the global Oil & Gas industry.

Mark Patterson, CEO Nautronix, comments:
“Increasing demand has prompted the expansion of our offices in Aberdeen and marks an important step for Nautronix as we continue to expand our geographical footprint. I am excited by the opportunities our new global headquarters will provide us with as this move addresses our evolving needs, whilst allowing us to provide enhanced services and support to our customers. In addition, the production facilities at Nautronix House have been upgraded to incorporate a modern customer training suite and state-of-the-art acoustic test and calibration lab facility.” Ury House will accommodate the recently expanded commercial department, engineering and technology, finance and HR teams. This facility will complement Nautronix House, the company’s production site, located at Howe Moss Avenue, Dyce, Aberdeen and both sites will continue to support the company’s international offices in Houston, Brazil and Norway.

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