Expansion management board Acta Marine
Acta Marine is pleased to announce that, end of September, Mr. Rob Boer will join the management board of Acta Marine as managing director.
Rob Boer (53) has extensive senior management experience in leading marine and offshore ship owning companies. He has held leadership positions at Dockwise, Nordic Heavy Lift, Van Es Group/ Jack-up barge and recently focused on the offshore wind service and support markets.
Acta Marine has set out to further develop and grow its services for the offshore wind industry.
- The new build DP2 construction support and walk to work vessel Acta Orion is currently nearing completion and we expect her to join our fleet during November.
- Through the recent takeover of Offshore Wind Services B.V. (OWS) the company added crew transfer services to its portfolio with a fleet of now ten dedicated crew transfer vessels (CTVs) for support in construction, operations and maintenance of offshore wind farms.
- The further growth of Acta Marines’ offshore wind business will be supported from a new office in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
- Acta Marine’s existing fleet of 40 coastal workboats, tugs and DP Multicats form a strong and versatile offering for wind farm construction contractors and utilities/ developers of offshore windfarms.
"The strengthening of our management board and broadening of our organisation will enable Acta Marine to continue its strategy to enlarge the company and be a preferred supplier of marine assets and services for the offshore wind industry," says Govert Jan van Oord, managing director of Acta Marine.
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