Guard and seismic support vessels specialist, Rederij Groen from Scheveningen, has acquired a 50 per cent stake in the GloMar Group in Den Helder.
Glomar Offshore operates a fleet of diverse purpose built vessels, equipment and personnel. It comprises of four divisions, providing emergency rescue and response vessels, a range of subsea services as well as offshore wind service operation vessels (SOVs) to the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy sector.
“This partnership will allow us to increase penetration in overseas markets such as the Middle East, Brazil, Africa and Asia thanks to the combined client bases both companies possess. Furthermore we are dedicated in developing our newest division GloMar Subsea, the one-stop-shop offshore service partner for all subsea operations such as IRM, BoP, survey and ad-hoc diving,” GloMar Offshore commented.
“The combination of the two companies, the range of services and the size of fleet we are now accessible too will allow us to grow further in the supply chain of our current customers and expand globally,” added Roderij Groen
Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.