Kraemer Maritime AS has won the contract for the supply of provisions and services to all rigs on the Norwegian shelf where 4SERVICE Offshore AS (4SERVICE) are in charge of catering and cleaning services.
The contract commenced on October 1st, 2015. In total for the entore contract period, this is a significant contract for us.
- Kraemer Maritime AS has been selected as a supplier after having been assessed against the criteria of price, quality efficiency of solutions. The requirements from 4SERVICE was tough. 4SERVICE is the catering company that is always looking for the most innovative logistics and operation solutions. For us, this is a new recognition of our ability to deliver the best solutions and products, as well as win with competitive prices, says sales manager Fredrik Nilsen at Kraemer Maritime AS.
The 4 SERVICE Gruppen AS headquarters are locatated at Lysaker outside Oslo, while the offshore department is managed from Stavanger. The 4SERVICE companies manage provision of supplies and catering on offshore installations in the North Sea, cafeteria operations for public and private companies, as well as construction site hotels for the workshop and construction industry.
- In a very tough business, in a very challenging time for the entire offshore industry, this gives us at Kraemer Maritime a new acknowledgment that our customer focus, our competitiveness and our aggressive commitment to the development of modern business systems are innovative and correct. We now see that the development of advanced digital systems for service and supply solutions backed by digital solutions that simplify and streamline administrative functions, which helps to optimize cooperation says CEO Kay Hugo Hanssen at Kraemer Maritime AS.
- It makes us very proud that Kraemer Maritime, in a period where the entire industry face tough uphill battles, our positive development continues, by more customers choosing our solutions. At Kraemer Maritime, we look forward to taking on the task of providing 4SERVICE the service and products they need, says Hanssen.