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New Facility, New Personnel: Seanic Aims for Long Range Growth

Seanic Ocean Systems (Seanic) has added Ray Maza to their business development team. Mr. Maza’s history in the subsea market makes him the ideal candidate to help Seanic enhance their long range growth objectives.

Beginning as an ROV pilot and technician, Mr. Maza has progressed by taking leadership roles for global commercial activities that include ROV development, subsea project management, operations management, and strategic sales planning.

The recent move by Seanic to a new facility in Katy, Texas will afford Mr. Maza a unique opportunity to implement business development initiatives to support the firm’s ever expanding cache of capabilities. One of these core abilities that Seanic is currently promoting stems from the construction of a full-service test tank that enables their clients to test their products in a controlled environment. The tank is large enough to wet-test a variety of subsea components using a work class ROV simulating field operations.

“Seanic’s new facility and their engineering capabilities present us with a chance to better serve the needs of current and potential clients,” noted Mr. Maza. Tom Ayars, president of Seanic, said, “We’re excited to bring Ray on board. He has acquired a broad range of field, operational and business development experiences that are important in this time of increased budget awareness and lean operation strategies. We look forward to a productive future with this partnership.”

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