The Netherlands-based Auxilium Offshore said it has taken a next step in the development of its organisation, bringing an extra scope on the projects and work the organisation does.
“As we decided that we wanted to bring more focus on cost-effective offshore operations we immediately created the opportunity to shift our focus in the way we work,” said Fleur Loef, managing director of Auxilium Offshore.
According to the company, bringing more focus into actively sharing of Auxilium Offshore’s knowledge resulted in a broad portfolio of marine assets and mission equipment.
Auxilium Offshore said it also took the chance to develop solutions of offshore equipment and subsea tools to reduce complexity in subsea operations.
“This initiative is driven by the fact that we noticed that quite some processes during subsea operations can be more cost effective and less complex when the right tools are available. With that in mind Auxilium Offshore takes the initiative to start developing such tools instead of waiting for a client asking for such a solution.” Loef says. “It gives the organisation a sharp focus on the latest developments in the offshore industry.”