Damen Expands Global Service With A New Service Hub

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  • Damen Shipyards Group is expanding its global service hub network with the opening a new Service Hub in Southampton, UK.
  • Via its internationally located hubs, the maritime services provider tailors its support offering to the requirements of the regional market.
  • In so doing, it stimulates the development of a sustainable regional maritime industry, encouraging wider local employment, and skills development opportunities.

Damen Shipyards Group has announced the expansion of its global service hub network with the opening a new Service Hub in Southampton, UK.

The Southampton Hub helps Damen Services provide customers in the region with a local point of contact, fast response times, and a personal approach.

Think global, act local

The expansion of Damen’s Service Hubs network responds to the company’s dedication and philosophy to ‘think global, act local’. The Southampton Services Hub will provide Damen’s clients throughout the UK with a wide range of solutions.

Damen enjoys a number of close and long-standing relationships with operators in the region and we are looking forward to building on this solid foundation. In the long-term we aim to develop our offering in the UK, extending it in order to support not only Damen vessel operators, but the country’s maritime sector generally,” says Mick Nolan, manager of Damen Southampton Service Hub.

Vessel familiarization and maintenance

The Service Hub’s broad scope will provide customers support with warranty and maintenance issues. From the hub, Damen will also provide a range of training courses to its clients, including vessel familiarization and maintenance.

The services and accessibility offered by Damen’s UK Hub are paired with a wealth of information and connectivity accessible via the MyDamen web portal.

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Source: Damen Shipyards Group

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