New website launched
Workships has launched her new website!
ROTC Pemba Bay Opens regional offshore training centre in Pemba - Mozambique
ROTC Pemba Bay in partnership with the CEPAM Opens the regional offshore training centre in Pemba - Mozambique.
The partners STC-Group Holding B.V. (The Netherlands), Cornelder Holding and Workships Contractors B.V. (The Netherlands) and Indico Logistics Lda (Mozambique), possess all sectoral, local, regional and international knowledge and experience available to provide training and education of the highest international quality.Download Full Press Release
Article by Phillip Woodcock in the DAMEN newsletter
Workships safely up to speed. On the surface, the Offshore Wind industry has a good safety track record. “So far on wind farm crew vessels industry-wide, there have been zero fatalities,” says Workships’ Philip Woodcock. “Statistically this will not continue. We have to improve, learn lessons and share information. Together we can move the eventuality further and further back and mitigate the consequences of major incidents.Download Full Article
OWS gets acquired by Acta Marine
Den Helder based company Acta Marine has acquired Offshore Wind Services B.V. (OWS), including the UK subsidiary OWPMS Ltd. OWS will be renamed Acta Marine Wind Services in the next couple of months. The daily management of the company will remain with Workships Contractors, whom have successfully been providing these services to OWS over the last years. The main contact persons for clients, suppliers and the vessel crews will remain unchanged.Download Full Article
OWS officially welcomes Offshore Waddenzee
The Offshore Waddenzee was christened by Mrs. Ellen Cornelise Nieuwenhuis, the wife of Pieter Tavenier (Managing Director Wind, ENECO), and will be working alongside two other OWS vessels in the construction phase of the Luchterduinen Offshore Wind Farm for Van Oord.Download Full Press Release