New UXO Consultancy Company Set Up

A new consultancy firm, the NjordIC, has been established to offer UXO related services and consultancy to the marine industry worldwide.

NjordIC, established in Eemshaven, believes offshore UXO search and disposal operations can be managed in a more efficient manner by working in close collaboration with clients, the company said.

Erik Wildeman, consultant at NjordIC said: “We offer services such as historical research, UXO risk assessment, tendering support services and EOD-management (offshore client representation, QA and QC services, GIS and data management services).

“NjordIC is the “high end” specialized global consultancy company for all UXO related topics in the marine environment. In our work we apply our thorough market sector insights and our consultancy, risk management and EOD-management services.

“We work in close collaboration with our clients to ensure a safe and cost effective realization of their marine projects with regards to UXO risk mitigation. Our extensive knowledge on the field of UXO clearance and disposal operations and our experience gained in the projects executed by our employees enables us to take full responsibility for the ALARP sign-off.”

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