M/V Franklin- a new, ocean survey- and research capacity to MMT AB fleet.

Our latest ship investment has finally been completed. On April 19th M/V Franklin came into our ownership and will now be upgraded to a Swedish flagged top-modern, ocean survey and research vessel. Currently, she is taken to berth in Göteborg, where installations and upgrading will take place.”It is indeed reassuring to finally close this business deal and it is yet another step in our…

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MMT AB granted UK survey contract

MMT AB (Marin Mätteknik AB), has recently won a survey contract for hydrographical surveys at Orkney Islands, covering a littoral 260 km2 from Sanday Sound to Westray Firth. The entire survey area is to be surveyed in accordance with IHO standard first order. MMT AB has previously performed numerous area surveys in Swedish waters using the S44- the Swedish realisation of IHO Standard for…

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General von Steuben found by MMT AB & Deep Sea Productions

Among the worlds largest ship catastrophes, the WWII sinking of Wilhelm Gustloff, General von Steuben and Goya in the Baltic Sea tragically resides among the top of that ghastly list, recorded during three months in 1945. Many marine scientists and archaeologists have searched for the wreck without results. Through hard work, qualified personnel and thorough experience in acquiring and…

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MMT AB expands in environmental survey services

"The attention paid today to environmental protection by an increasing number of countries is rather a new phenomena. This is also true for Sweden which was one of the first countries in the world to recognise the growing number of environmental problems and to include these on the political agenda. Crucial to the success that followed, in combating pollution and other nuisances, was the…

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A geo-check at the river Göta Älv ...

On assignment by the Swedish Geotechnical Institute, and with financial support from the Swedish road administration, the Swedish national rail administration, the county of Ale, Vattenfall and the Swedish maritime administration, Marin Mätteknik performed bathymetric surveys in three different stages in the river, says Åke Johansson SGI in the latest issue of SGI NU, no 2-2004.

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