Delta ‘T’ creates engineering branch


Delta "T" Systems recently launched a new engineering branch called Delta "P" Subsea Systems.

Delta "P" Subsea is an engineering firm with marine experience in shipbuilding, systems integration, and subsea and remotely operated vehicle design and engineering.

"We are very excited to be working with such a high-caliber engineering team," said Lynn Oien, president of Florida-based Delta "T" Systems, in a statement. "Not only do they fit very well into our culture of continuous improvement, but Delta "P" Subsea will now enable us to better serve boatbuilders of all types around the world with superior contract engineering services."

Delta "P" Subsea will offer contract engineering services to boatbuilders of all sizes and will support the subsea and ROV industries around the world with design, engineering and manufacturing services.

Delta "P" Subsea Systems also will support the ongoing research and development program at Delta "T" Systems.

The branch is projected to grow steadily this year, and the engineering and support staff is expected to reach 15 to 20 by the end of the year, the company said.


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