The recently acquired vessel was supporting Deme’s installation vessel Apollo while mobilisation works were under taken at anchorage at port of Cromarty Firth. She provided a wide range of services including harbour towage, crew change and cargo delivery support. PSG’s Managing Director Steve Clark commented ” Since the acquisition of Port Servicer, utilisation has been extremely encouraging. She has been extensively utilised on a wide range of projects including rig upgrade, civil construction and offshore wind support contracts.
PSG has also recently completed the successful first load in and load out of equipment destined for Moray East Offshore Windfarm Project.
Mr Clark added. ‘ We have handled the first 2 shipments of jacket prepiles and other related equipment weighting upto 240te from Port of the Cromarty Firth as part of our dedicated port marshalling contract, awarded to us by Deme Offshore.
The visibility of future workload that these type of projects offers, allows companies like ours to invest for the the long term in equipment and our workforce, providing many local secure employment opportunities. Our investment , particularly in our heavy lift & transport operation, and marine support division has been significant over the the past year, our aim is to ensure there is a fully equipped, locally based logistical and marine contractor able to deliver the range of support services required by these ground breaking renewable energy projects.