DHSS support for Seajacks Kraken in Den Helder During O&G Demobilization and OWF Mobilization
Coordination of relevant shore services is being provided by DHSS in Den Helder for the Seajacks Kraken following the jack-up vessel’s arrival in Den Helder, North Holland.
The Seajacks Kraken will be demobilizing after the vessel’s previous work in an oil and gas sector of the North Sea and mobilizing for the next project which is in the offshore wind sector.
DHSS was recently acquired by , Clarksons Port Services BV a wholly owned subsidiary of Claksons PLC. The new combined operation will continue from the DHSS HQ in Den Helder with a 200 strong team.
The acquisition of DHSS will provide a step change in Clarkson Port Services, delivering significant added value to existing clients and presenting enhanced growth opportunities through the ability to tender for larger offshore renewables contracts internationally.
DHSS founder, Wim Schouwenaar, said: “The acquisition will provide us with the operational efficiencies necessary to achieve our vision and to support the offshore renewables industry on a global scale. Within Clarksons we can accelerate and improve our overall performance and increase the value of the services offered to our customers. Together, we are set to capitalise on the expansion of renewable energy and be part of a wider growth engine.”
Photographs courtesy of DHSS