Well-Safe Selects Port of Dundee for Marine Base Location

Aberdeen-based Well-Safe Solutions has selected Port of Dundee for its onshore marine base location.

Well-Safe secured two acres of quayside facilities with access to 40,000 square feet of covered space at the Port of Dundee for its marine assets.

The Port of Dundee will provide Well-Safe with direct access to deep water quaysides, heavy lifting capabilities, dedicated warehouse space and access into the operating ANSS decommissioning facilities.

Phil Milton, chief executive of Well-Safe Solutions, said: “This marine support base in Dundee will play a crucial role in supporting our rapidly growing business. We have chosen the Port of Dundee because of the critical mass of decommissioning companies already based here and the facilities on offer. We are looking forward to fostering a strong partnership with Forth Ports.

Stuart Wallace, chief operating officer of Forth Ports, which owns and operates the Port of Dundee, said: “Decommissioning activity in the North Sea basin is increasing and we are excited to welcome Well-Safe Solutions, who are bringing innovation and expertise to the challenges of well abandonment.”

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