Marlow Navigation strengthens international offshore division with the launch of a dedicated website, reinforcing the Marlow Offshore brand and team.
The latest initiative gathers all offshore related ship management activities from within the Group, establishing a competent service provider catering to the individual needs of the industry.
“Essentially, we have consolidated our various offshore departments and services under one umbrella, pulling our resources and expertise across the Marlow network to deliver turnkey solutions for the offshore industry,” stated Joint Managing Director at Marlow Navigation.
Thus far, Marlow’s offices in Germany and the Netherlands have been providing standalone services to the offshore sector. Moving forward, these now all fall under Marlow Offshore, with support from the group’s headquarters in Limassol, it’s well-established worldwide network of offices, recruitment agencies, and training centres. Collectively, creating a comprehensive and truly global service provider, with combined strengths that brings over 60 years’ experience and knowhow to the table.
As part of these efforts, a new website was recently launched, adding to the Group’s other dedicated channels. “Further to building the Marlow Offshore brand, it is essential to establish unified services specific to the industry. Our new website along with our established social media presence provide partners, prospective clients, as well as maritime, engineering and offshore specialists go-to platforms, with more direct and relevant information for their needs,” added Managing Director, Marlow Offshore, Jörn Laber.
Marlow Offshore offers services in crew and technical vessel management, project management as well as training. Fully managed vessels support clients in Oil & Gas, and Renewables’ activities. Additionally, over 500 offshore personnel are on board globally at any given time, servicing multinational clients who operate a range of vessel types, such as Anchor Handling Tugs, Platform Supply, Semi-Submersibles and Pipe-Laying Vessels among many others.