Offshore Energy 2012: TOS Expands with Energy & Maritime Solutions

Offshore Energy 2012: TOS Expands with Energy & Maritime Solutions

Since 1992, TOS more than earned her stripes in the maritime sector and is now one of the top 3 maritime human resource providers anno 2012. Twenty years later, both the services package and the world wide network are expanded and form a solid foundation for their new mission ‘Energy & Maritime Solutions’.

“TOS has grown in the industry: from shipping and maritime construction to offshore, oil & gas and wind projects. We support our customers proactive in their search for effective personnel solutions and maritime services. By keeping a finger on the pulse of the maritime industry TOS has rapidly developed. This enables us to serve our customers in the best way for the Maritime, Offshore and Oil & Gas sector over the last 20 years”, said Kees Wagenaar (Managing Director).

 Energy & Maritime Solutions

From the beginning TOS has provided maritime (nautical/technical) personnel and maritime services. Wagenaar: “Besides maritime professionals TOS is also now supplying experienced oil & gas specialists and offshore professionals. We coordinate the secondment of professionals in their home country or as expats in other parts of the world.” In the offshore industry TOS recruits and selects professionals for all kinds of vessels. They supply personnel on board amongst others AHTS, pipe layers, cable layers, crane ships, seismic ships, platform supply and diving support vessels.

 Wind Projects

Since the 1990s, TOS is a strong player in the chain of offshore wind energy: survey, foundation, turbine & substation and maintenance. “Some projects for which we continuously provide personnel are Anholt Offshore Wind Farm in Denmark, London Array Offshore in England and DanTysk North at the German Bight. Wonderful projects that our employees are committed to”, said Arnoud Has, Division Manager Offshore.

Press Release, October 23, 2012

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