Representatives of Jee will attend this year’s Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) exhibition and conference between 25-28 August, as a result of increased demand for the firm’s subsea training and engineering services in Norway.
Jamie Burrows, Jee Engineering Business Development Manager and Rob Haylock, Jee Courses Business Development Manager, will attend the well-established conference and exhibition in Stavanger, to meet with clients operating within the region.
Jamie said: “Jee has a number of very exciting engineering projects underway in Norway, which signifies the demand for our services in the region. We have established strong working relationships with several Norwegian operators and we are increasing our presence in the region as a consequence.
“I am looking forward to attending this year’s ONS to meet with clients and those that are interested in learning more about Jee and our integrated services spanning the whole life-of-field.”
Rob Haylock joined the Jee business development team at the start of 2014 as a Sales Executive, and was recently promoted to Business Development Manager following substantial growth in the courses division. In his new role, Rob is responsible for promoting in-company courses and associated training services.
Rob said: “I am delighted to have been appointed as Courses Business Development Manager and to be representing Jee at ONS 2014. Attending the exhibition allows us to meet with our current and potential Norwegian-based clients face-to-face to ensure we have an increased presence in the region, and to develop strong client relationships.
“We have experienced a great deal of interest in Jee courses in Norway, and as a result will be making our public courses available in the region as of 2015.
“The Norwegian market is a key focus for us, with the company having experienced significant and growing demand for Jee courses in the region.”
Both Rob and Jamie will be available during the last two days of the exhibition to discuss project and training requirements, and how Jee’s engineering and training divisions can support companies in the region.
Press Release, August 18, 2014