New Office for Atlas in Lowestoft

Atlas has established a new sales office in Lowestoft, Suffolk, employing two ex UKPS’ staff, Team Leader Tonia Weldon and Personnel Coordinator Rosie Parr.

The new Atlas office will introduce new opportunities for UKPS personnel and will complement Atlas’ current ROV team, developing a stronger business line for both professionals and clients, the company said.

Atlas Director Andrew Blears explains what this new office would mean for the new personnel and for Atlas, “We value people, their experience and knowledge and in doing this we hope to strengthen our position in the ROV sector. The skill sets from Tonia and Rosie will not only strengthen our current relationships with clients, but will also sustain the high- quality of ROV personnel that we supply, even during the current downturn.

“Our new team members have already made their mark in the supply of offshore agency personnel. Team leader Tonia Weldon has worked in the industry for a number of years and has worked with both clients and agencies. As she has worked hard in developing her client and professional relations she will take on the role of Operations Manager within the new office.

“Personnel Coordinator Rosie Parr is a diligent team member who cares for all the professionals she has worked with. They will be a great addition to Atlas Professionals and we wish them the best of luck in their new roles.”

We’re both so excited to be joining Atlas Professionals,” says Tonia Weldon, “I’m personally looking forward to reconnecting with some old and new clients and building new relationships through Atlas.”

Atlas’ Lowestoft office will officially open on 15th June 2015, and will introduce new ROV personnel and other related disciplines to Atlas Professionals.

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