Offshore Project Support (OPS), Den Helder Support Service (DHSS), Den Helder Aircraft Systems (DHAS), Glomar Offshore, and GEOxyz to provide specialized services above and below water in the offshore energy industry.
The joint venture, called OPS, has resulted in one team with multiple disciplines. This means a diverse set of services, which includes a fleet of vessels, ROV, diving, rope access, and drone and geotechnical inspection services, can now be carried out by one player.
OPS provides a single point of contact to deliver a wide scope of offshore wind assets and services that further includes an in-house ships agency with warehousing services, freight forwarding services, and helicopter logistics.
OPS also operates various types of unmanned aircrafts to collect data and imagery in live or captured formats. Drones provide clients with a cost-saving inspection service and insight in the state of their assets.
In terms of underwater activities, OPS is specialized in hydrographic, geophysical, and geotechnical surveys. Founding partner GEOxyz provides these services with own highly professional and specialized staff, advanced technologies, and state-of-the-art survey systems.
“I strongly believe in cooperation and with this new cooperation it allows us to deliver our clients a complete package of service with the best solution,” said OPS Managing Director, Niels Noordeloos.
In all services, the main goal of OPS is to provide ingenuity to our clients – with a well thought solution in every stage, from preparation to execution, resulting in a smart, efficient, cost-reducing and safe projects.
Wim Schouwenaar, CEO of DHSS, added: “We believe that joint forces and shared knowledge of a wide range of services is one of the key elements to accelerate, especially in offshore wind, an industry that is strongly focused on cost efficiency. By partnering in OPS, we have created a body which can operate at a high qualified level against a very cost-effective rate.