JFMS Greets Ievoli Ivory at Port of Lowestoft

OrbisEnergy tenant James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has welcomed the multi-purpose support vessel Ievoli Ivory to the Port of Lowestoft, UK.

The vessel has arrived at Lowestoft as part of JFMS’ new partnership with Next Geosolutions, a joint venture between Marnavi Offshore and Tecno In, for the expansion of the company’s subsea potential, JFMS said.

Owned by Italy-based Marnavi SpA, the 90 meter-long Ievoli Ivory will be used to service offshore wind farms and subsea projects.

The multi-purpose support vessel will be mobilized with specialist ROV technology and dive spreads which will extend its subsea capability, including the Triton XLX work-class ROV, and other integrated subsea, survey and positioning solutions which are able to cope with the most demanding offshore operations, JFMS said.

Ian Hughes, Managing Director of JFMS subsea division, said: “We’re delighted to form this partnership with Next UKCS and very excited to be working with Next Geosolutions. We’ve already had a huge amount of interest from clients and the Ievoli Ivory will not only increase our capabilities across the subsea inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) field, but also adds to our safety-first ethos.”

Sourced by Offshorewind.biz

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