Seaonics AS Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Seaonics AS's estimated annual revenue is currently $22.8M per year.
- Seaonics AS's estimated revenue per employee is $265,000
- Seaonics AS has 86 Employees.
- Seaonics AS grew their employee count by 28% last year.
- Seaonics AS currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Seaonics AS?
SEAONICS designs and manufactures offshore handling equipment to improve all critical lift and handling operations. Our products are used in Subsea Construction, Module Handling & Well Intervention, Reservoir exploration and Ocean Trawling. SEAONICS is located in Ålesund, Sunnmøre in the middle of the maritime cluster with a number of yards, ship owners and designers. This location gives us the opportunity to collaborate with operators, ship owners, ship designers and shipyards in developing new products that will improve crew safety and vessel profitability. With a dynamic organization, we have the possibility to work with our customers to develop customized lift and handling systems. As global players in a competitive market, our clients face everyday challenges when performing complex operations into ever deeper waters, into harsher Arctic conditions, and under extreme weather. SEAONICS' mission is to provide equipment that simplifies lifting and handling operations, raising the standards of safety, eco-efficiency, and profitability. SEAONICS' continued interaction with clients, ship-designers, ship-yards, operating companies and oil companies, is the keystone for fulfilling all jobs in a time- and resource-optimized manner. Thanks to our extensive experience, we can develop and deliver the most reliable solutions while simultaneously pushing for improvement of the established industry standards. Our state-of-the-art systems are designed and produced to cope with the harshest forces of nature, for use in long-term operations while fulfilling the strictest regulatory requirements. In addition, our systems are developed for ease of integration into technically advanced ships and on any shipbuilding project of high complexity.keywords:N/A