Damen is an international shipyard group but, at heart, we are still a family company. Whatever we do – whether it’s in our building activities or our services – we always aim to match our customers’ needs and exceed their expectations.
We operate in every market where we see an opportunity to improve, innovate or invest. How do we build better boats? We listen carefully to our customers and we invest a great deal in innovation, research and development.
Bibby Marine Services Ltd.
From its roots in shipping Bibby Line Group has grown into a £1.7bn business, operating in over 20 countries, employing more than 6,000 people in industries including retail, offshore, finance, distribution, shipping, marine based businesses including floating accommodation, hydrographic survey and geophysical services; plant hire and woodland burials. Since 2007, Bibby Line Group and its employees have donated over £8.4 million to over 1,000 charitable causes.
A diverse and forward-looking family business delivering personal, responsive and flexible customer solutions for over 200 years.
People are the most important part of our business; we deliver on our objectives by living our Values.
"One fact is worth more than a 1000 opinions"
BMO Offshore delivers operational intelligence for the martitime industry.
Many organisations have a large set of financial information, but lack operational data - which is where you have the largest potential for improving the bottom-line.
That's where BMO comes in.
Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) is the largest energy research institute in the Netherlands. With around 500 members of staff, we are active in projects both at domestically and abroad, in joint efforts with the industry, government authorities and research institutes.
We do this from our locations in Petten, Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Brussels and China. ECN’s research has a major influence on day-to-day life. In this, we perform an important role for the society of today and the future.
ESNA is an independent ship design company for high-speed vessels. We specialize on air cushioned catamaran/Surface Effect Ships (SES). Our main customers are ship-owners, vessel operators and shipyards.
ESNA operates at the crossroad between advanced military and commercial high speed craft technology and the market for offshore renewable energy and maritime operations.
ESNA develops and realizes vessel designs with outstanding performance, seakeeping and comfort, higher speed and with lower power consumption and emissions for a greener future.
Tidal Transit Ltd provide access, transport and crew transfer services to the industries of the North Sea.
Operating from the North Norfolk coast we specialise in safe, speedy and efficient travel for those working in the offshore wind energy sector.
Our fleet of custom-built, high specification wind farm work boats offer unparalleled stability and are crewed by fully qualified personnel with a thorough local knowledge and maritime experience.
Njord Offshore manages Crew Transfer Vessels for the Offshore Windfarm Sector.
Our aim is to provide the offshore windfarm market with quality offshore windfarm support and crew transfer vessels, operated and maintained to the highest standards, minimizing risk and increasing comfort for offshore personnel.
ESVAGT is a dedicated provider of safety and support at sea and the frontrunner within purpose-built Service Operation Vessels (SOV) for windfarms far from shore. ESVAGT SOV’s are the cost efficient choice, offering onboard workshops, spare parts storage, cranes, conference rooms, office facilities and high-end accommodation. Advanced transfer of technicians and spare parts by Safe Transfer Boat or W2W gangway solutions.
Since our founding in 1992 Reflex Marine has focused on improving the safety of offshore personnel access. Our FROG transfer capsule is now an industry benchmark and as a company we are involved in around one million safe transfers each year.
We are widely recognised as the global leader in offshore access and we are deeply proud of our track record and contribution to raising standards. Helping offshore workers to return home safely from their place of work is at the core of our mission.
We have clients in every corner of the world, from the Arctic to the tropics, supported by an extensive network of service partners.
Chevalier Floatels is a shipping company specialised in floating accommodation. It was founded in 2004. The first major accomplishment of Chevalier Floatels was the development of two floating prisons for the Dutch government. Each prison accommodated over 450 inmates.
Another milestone for the company was the development of 5 accommodation vessels for the largest offshore construction site in the world - The Kashagan D-island in Kazachstan. The barges accommodated over 1500 guests and had to comply with the strictest environmental regulations and extreme climatic conditions. In view of the development schedule of the oil site, the vessels had to build in a very narrow time frame.
In 2013 Chevalier Floatels developed the first two dedicated walk to work vessels in the world, DP Galyna and DP Gezina. The DP 2 vessels are equipped with Ampelmann heave compensated gangways, have SPS code and are certified for 60 persons of which 40 are guest. The vessels comply with the highest standards and comfort levels.
Chevalier Floatels also owns 4 accommodation barges ranging from 100 cabins up to 250 cabins. All to the highest comfort levels with all facilities on board.
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier
The Fred. Olsen companies first ventured into the wind industry in the 1990’s, when Fred. Olsen Renewables was involved in the early onshore wind farms before also venturing into offshore wind. Today Fred. Olsen Renewables is one of the largest UK onshore wind developers, with projects also in the Irish Sea and Scandinavia.
Passionate about the wind industry, with strong beliefs in a greener energy future, the Fred. Olsen companies committed further to offshore wind, building on a heritage of over 160 years of shipping and marine experience by establishing Fred. Olsen Windcarrier in 2008.
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier, owned by Fred. Olsen Ocean (previously First Olsen), supplies a wide scope of services for the transport, installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms. Today the company employs around 830 people across five business units. It owns and operates two purpose built jack-up installation vessels, a fleet of eight service vessels and supplies experienced crew and technical manpower, as well as expert project management, engineering and HSEQ services.