Intro

Innovative Equipment & Service Solutions

Our goal at OBT International is to provide above the curve quality products and service to our customers and partners through innovative design solutions, exceptional service, safety, and front-line customer relations which exceed expectations.

About OBT

OBT International is a customer-driven company with its foundation in the offshore energy market. OBT International has over 60 years of experience both locally and internationally in: equipment manufacturing, sourcing, equipment selection, service support and repair and parts.

OBT International provides domestic and international sales representation, project management, inspection, as well as mechanical, structural, and electrical design support.

We provide domestic and international sales representation, project management, inspection, as well as mechanical, structural, and electrical design support. By partnering with customers we exceed their requirements through a broad network of integrated solution providers. We use a global infrastructure to provide seamless project execution and to ensure success.

Latest News

“OBT is partnering up with DMT Marine Equipment for the winches sector.

Wind Energy Updates

“The United States is home to one of the largest and fastest-growing wind markets in the world. To stay competitive in this sector, the Energy Department invests in wind research and development projects, both on land and offshore, to advance technology innovations, create job opportunities and boost economic growth…”

IMO 2020 – cutting sulphur oxide emissions

“On 1 January 2020, a new limit on the sulphur content in the fuel oil used on board ships came into force, marking a significant milestone to improve air quality, preserve the environment and protect human health. Known as “IMO 2020”, the rule limits the sulphur in the fuel oil used on board ships operating outside designated emission control areas to 0.50% m/m (mass by mass) – a significant reduction from the previous limit of 3.5%. Within specific designated emission control areas the limits were already stricter (0.10%)….”