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LOGISTICS


FEATURE SPONSOR OFFSHORE HELICOPTER ACCESS


SaxonAir provides an offshore logistics support service, specialising in offshore helicopter access to the Southern North Sea and private aviation solutions worldwide


Headquartered in Norwich with over 65 employees, the company is based in a £7 million, three-hangar facility. The group also has specific UK aircraft operating bases located at London’s Stansted and Luton Airports.


ATTRACTIVE SERVICE SOLUTION


The Norwich base boasts a host of services that make it an attractive solution for both storage and passenger processing, with modern purpose- built check in facilities that have been designed specifically for the offshore industry. The centre also offers office space and conference facilities, all within walking distance of Norwich Airport. SaxonAir’s existing tenants include CHC and NHV, both based-operators who work internationally serving the industry. Significant multi-national


organisation Oranje-Nassau Energie have also made this their UK headquarters and this exciting collection of tenants place SaxonAir at the heart of the energy industry in the East of England.


REPUTATION


SaxonAir has built its reputation for excellence by working alongside the industry to understand their exacting requirements and develop facilities that meet those needs. With an impressive portfolio of offshore clients such as Petrofac, Shell, Oranje-Nassau Energie and RWE, SaxonAir continues to grow its offering year on year.


DEMAND


The ongoing projects and planned works in offshore wind off the East of


England coastline mean that demand is greater than ever for SaxonAir’s services. They are currently working with a number of offshore wind operators developing bespoke solutions to tender opportunities.


Alex Durand, CEO at SaxonAir said:


“We recognise this increasingly growing market offers real opportunity for us and our tenants and with a number of our existing clients already diversifying into the sector, it’s important that we continue to offer solutions they require. “As our facility is able to offer a range of solutions under one roof that can’t be achieved elsewhere, we are an important part of East Anglia’s offshore supply chain and welcome the opportunity to showcase the facility if people wish to come and visit.”


SaxonAir


HAZARDOUS AREA COMMUNICATIONS SOLUTION Technical Challenge – to provide a highly integrated voice, data and alarm communication system,


suitably ruggedised and approved for its target offshore environment COMPLIANCE


This will deliver the functionality, interoperability, ease of maintenance and scalability essential to windfarm installation vessel applications.


SOLUTION


During conversations with Eaton, Seajacks became aware of a variety of potential improvements in their design requirements. Upgradeability and maintainability issues associated with earlier suppliers’ systems could be resolved, while gaining benefits in reliability, performance, maintainability and scalability.


Eaton supplies a wide range of complementary products and, as manufacturers, can ensure that they are truly compatible down to the most detailed level. As a result, the company could offer a packaged, engineered solution that included their unique Gitiesse Integrated Multimedia Communication System (IMCOS), seamless integration of sub- systems, product quality, scalability and customisation effort.


The solution also complied where necessary with the certifications required for her intended operational area, with suitable ATEX and ingress protection ratings. Components included Eaton’s MEDC high power explosion-proof loudspeakers, weatherproof beacons, a HERNIS CCTV system, voice-powered and IP DECT phones, and an FHF IP telephone system.


The supply also incorporated a Public


Address and General Alarm (PA&GA) system, and two LAN networks – one for the IP telephones, the other for IP TV - and TVRO and V-SAT antennae. The solution was completed with an entertainment system handling radio and TV signal distribution, automatic messaging and staff information delivery.


RESULTS


By installing a successfully commissioned, highly integrated, application-specific and rugged


EATON IS NOW ON OUR APPROVED VENDOR LIST


communications system from a one-stop partner, Seajacks was able to reduce the time needed for installation and commissioning whilst providing a cost effective solution. Aaron Maas, IT Coordinator at Seajacks UK commented: “Eaton’s role as a one-stop supplier with a widely-integrated solution has saved us time in administration as well as in technical effort. During our inspection in September, we were pleased to see that all equipment had been neatly installed, with clear labelling, and was working correctly. Accordingly, Eaton is now on our approved vendor list - we will certainly consider working with them again on our next vessel installation.”


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SPOTLIGHT ON EAST OF ENGLAND


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