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Venterra Group, an offshore wind energy services business, has announced the acquisition of Balltec, a global provider of high integrity connectors for subsea and marine engineering in the renewable energy sector.
Based in Morecambe, Lancashire, Balltec designs, manufactures and tests high integrity mechanical connectors for critical applications in the renewable energy and oil & gas sectors. The company provides products for cable protection, mooring, pipelines and heavy lifting and is a supplier of engineered systems for challenging projects, from concept to commissioning. Products and systems are delivered for sale or rental on a global scale, with offshore wind installation and oilfield decommissioning projects representing the largest business sectors.
Venterra Group Plc also announced the acquisition of Partrac. Founded in 2003 by Sam Athey, Kevin Black, and Peter Wilson, Partrac is a metocean and seabed consultancy, servicing clients in the offshore wind, ports and marine construction sectors. From offices located in Newcastle, Glasgow and Devon, Partrac designs and implements metocean surveys. These include offshore wind resource measurement programmes as well as interpretation of metocean (wind, wave and current) and seabed (geoscience) data to support the consenting and engineering design stages of offshore wind farms and their associated cable routes.
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