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OMM Opens German Office

  18/08/2009
Offshore Marine Management (OMM) has expanded by opening an office in Bremen (Germany). Bremen was chosen due to its strategic operational position within the German renewable market. Its proximity to major operational ports of Bremerhaven, Cuxhaven, Wilhelmshaven and Hamburg make it a perfect location for OMM.
 

 

OMMs services within the German market started in 2008 and strengthened in 2009 by the award of major contracts to OMM by our German clients. OMM is building upon its operational reputation created within the UK offshore renewable market over the last six years.

 

OMM is looking to build towards the future of the German Renewable Energy Sector and Market.

 




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