Services Firm's Aberdeen Base Sees Increased Demand, Results in Office Move



Services Firm's Aberdeen Base Sees Increased Demand, Results in Office Move
Ampelmann says its Aberdeen base has experienced increased business demand in recent months.

Netherlands-headquartered services company Ampelmann says its Aberdeen base has experienced increased business demand in recent months “resulting in relocation to larger office premises on Waterloo Quay to support a growing team”.

Ampelmann, which describes itself as a global leader in offshore access solutions, announced recently that it has been awarded four new contracts and two extended scopes of work in the UK Continental Shelf.

The projects will see six E-type gangway systems deployed for planned shutdown campaigns and “ongoing fabric maintenance support by different major operators across the UKCS”. One of the contracts includes a three-year extension to support maintenance operations in the Southern North Sea and will be operational all year round.

“Since the opening of our first local office in 2015, Ampelmann has continued to grow with increased demand for our systems in the North Sea, as operators see the operational and safety benefits our gangway systems provide,” Lorenz Nehring, Ampelmann operations (UK) business development manager, said in a company statement.

“With the move to our new office, we continue to be close to our clients offering increased local support,” he added.

Ampelmann, which was founded a decade ago, has bases in several locations around the world, including North America, South America, the Middle East, and APAC. The company has surpassed four million people transfers worldwide, according to its website.

Earlier this year, the company was presented with an OTC Spotlight on New Technology Award for its N-type gangway system.



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