Aleron Group - Aleron Subsea and ROVQUIP ltd

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The Aleron Group currently comprises of two key companies; Aleron Subsea and ROVQUIP Ltd. Between both companies we are able to offer a range of complimentary products and services that include: ROV sale and rental, Control System Upgrades, ROV components, The AUXROV, The TRACKROV, ROV tooling and custom engineering.

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