Gardline Group said it has made a strategic decision to close its Metocean department.
The company said it has informed its long-term clients and added that it won’t accept new assignments within the Metocean department going forward.
“The Metocean department has always delivered work of the highest quality and remains proud of the company-wide achievements to date.
“We would like to thank all of our clients, partners and collaborators with whom we have worked over the years for all of your continued support,” Gardline said in a media release on Wednesday.
To remind, in August 2017, Boskalis acquired all shares of the Great Yarmouth-based Gardline for a consideration of approximately GBP 40 million.