Allton has a flexible, modular container-based design for easy stacking, logistics and efficient shipping allowing mobilisation on any suitable vessel of opportunity. As the equipment is not permanently installed on a vessel it allows for scalable-operations-based demand. The asset light model allows for rapid changes in overhead costs to follow demand while maintaining the highest standard of deliverables. The equipment can also be shipped by sea fright and mobilised locally in any suitable harbour.

The health and safety of our employees, customers and partners are the primary consideration guiding our operations. The Allton Operating Management System (OMS) provides the basis for quality, health, safety, security, environmental and operations management. Sustainability and impact minimisation are the underlying principles of our management system.   

Allton deploys a modular acquisition equipment configuration which allows mobilisation on any large DP2 class offshore supply vessel with classical back desk configuration.   As the acquisition equipment is not permanently installed on a vessel, this asset-light model allows for scalable operations mobilising out of Norway using a Norwegian flagged vessel or utilising a local vessel of opportunity in the area of operations.   With this modular acquisition equipment configuration, we have the flexibility to offer the highest standard of deliverables all over the globe. The equipment can be shipped by sea freight and mobilised in any suitable harbour. When not deployed, our equipment is always securely stored and maintained at our warehouse facility ready for the next project.

Members of our Team of EM specialists are always available to deliver specifically designed acquisition programmes to solve our clients’ specific geological challenges.