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ACMA is a non-profit cooperative subsea maintenance agreement consisting of 58 members. ACMA members are companies responsible for the operations and maintenance of undersea communications and power cables, as well as Oil & Gas Platform operators, in the Atlantic, North Sea and Southeastern Pacific Ocean.

As the entire ACMA maintenance operation ships, ROVs, technical specialists, is under independent contract to dedicated third-party service providers, with formal key performance indicators, such as cableship mobilization, spares loading and operational timings, ACMA members also benefit from a quality and efficient service provided by an independent fleet with its facilities dedicated to the sole use of the ACMA members.

With no pressure to show a profit on such activities, ACMA is a genuinely cooperative organisation, concentrating solely on the interests of its members. These are predominantly telecoms operators, but some power cable and Oil & Gas companies are also members.

ACMA has 3-ships:When did ACMA start and what is it?

ACMA was founded in 1965 and is a non-profit cooperative cable maintenance agreement acting purely in the interests of its members. ACMA members are companies responsible for the operations and maintenance of undersea communications and power cables, as well as Oil & Gas Platform operators, in the Atlantic, North Sea and Southeastern Pacific Ocean.
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