Proserv agreed on July 8 to sell its field technology services (FTS) business unit to subsea services group Acteon Group Ltd. for an undisclosed amount.

The divestment by Proserv, a global energy services firm based in Aberdeen, continues the firm’s strategy of realigning its focus to its core controls technology. Proserv also recently agreed to sell its through-water digital acoustic communications and positioning systems business, Nautronix, to Imenco.

“Following the recent strategic review of our business, it was decided that capabilities such as cutting, friction stud welding, pipeline maintenance and surveying no longer equated to Proserv’s core controls technology offering, so a sale process was subsequently initiated,” Davis Larssen, chief strategy officer at Proserv, said of the FTS deal.

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