James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has won a £50million contract with an international energy firm.
The work is over a 10-year period, and will involve support work for an offshore terminal on the east coast of England.
JFMS says it will deliver subsea operations and support the safe arrival, connection and departure of an estimated 110 tankers per year at the site, including providing specialist diving services and buoy maintenance.
The firm did not say who the contract was with but stated it was a “UK-based, international energy company”.
Fergus Graham, managing director of James Fisher Marine Services, said: “We’re very proud to have been awarded this significant contract by a global energy firm. It is testament to the hard work and dedication of all involved. Our model of delivering in-house integrated services to drive cost and operational efficiencies is proven and this contract will help form the foundation for us to further develop our position in this exciting, global market place.”