OrbisEnergy Tenant Northern Offshore Services Sets Up German Office

Swedish crew transfer vessel (CTV) operator Northern Offshore Services (N-O-S) is establishing a physical presence in Germany by opening an office in Hamburg.

Besides the new office scheduled to open on 1 May, N-O-S announced that the expansion also means starting a German company.

Located at the Hamburg Business Center, the premises will be a meeting point for closer collaboration with the customers and the industry, N-O-S said.

In addition, the company is hiring Thies Meijster, former broker within the offshore wind industry, as Sales Manager focusing on Germany.

“Germany is an important market for us and an important hub for offshore wind. By getting physical presence through an office and a German sales manager, we can be even more present to our customers,” said Fredrik Hallqvist, CCO of N-O-S.

“Strengthening our German presence is important to improve our business further and be able to offer our customers an even better service. We are delighted to have Thies Meijster as our new Sales Manager.”

The Hamburg office is the company’s fourth in Europe together with the recently-opened UK office in Lowestoft, the Danish office in Copenhagen and the headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Sourced by offshorewind.biz


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