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MARKET OPPORTUNITIES Image credit - Credit DONG Energy A/S


WITH AN INVESTMENT OF OVER £25M, THE GREEN PORT GROWTH PROGRAMME IS SUPPORTED BY THE REGIONAL GROWTH FUND


Carlbom Shipping Ltd was successful and has been appointed as ships agent for DONG Energy at the Port of Immingham. Carlbom Shipping Ltd is now assisting DONG Energy with its offshore supply vessel (OSV) bringing supplies to the jack-up accommodation rig, The Atlantic Amsterdam, which is servicing Race Bank. The contract is expected to run for the duration of the construction period.


Another example of the Green Port


Growth Programme’s work is Hull firm Pearson Electrical, specialist electrical engineers with over 30 years of experience in the marine, industrial and hazardous area sectors. Not only did the company sign up to the Green Port


Hull Supplier Directory to access new opportunities in the green energy sector, but it utilised funding from the Green Port Growth Programme to achieve vital ISO accreditations. As a result, Pearson Electrical has just signed a framework agreement with A2SEA, a company which owns and operates some of the wind industry’s most sophisticated vessels and equipment, specially designed for turbine installation.


A2SEA was looking for a Hull-based company to undertake electrical repair work on its turbine installation vessels being used to install Siemens components. Because Pearson Electrical had its BS EN OHSAS 18001:


2007 Occupational Health and Safety accreditation, A2SEA opened talks with the business earlier this year and, in July 2016, signed a framework for work, which begins in January 2017.


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