DeepOcean Achieves F4OR Granted Status

DeepOcean Achieves F4OR Granted Status
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The UK operation of ocean services provider DeepOcean has achieved the prestigious "granted" status for the Fit for Offshore Renewables (F4OR) program. The milestone highlights DeepOcean's commitment to continually developing and delivering high-quality services to clients in the offshore renewables sector.

"We are delighted to be awarded F4OR’s ‘granted’ status. As a group we have extensive subsea experience in the offshore renewables sector, and we are continually focused on developing DeepOcean’s service offering to benefit the wider offshore renewables industry,” says Robin Mawhinney, Managing Director DeepOcean UK.

ORE Catapult’s Fit 4 Offshore Renewables (F4OR) program is a unique service to help the UK supply chain get ready to bid and execute work in the offshore renewable energy sector. The program is a journey of business improvement and sector specific capability building. It uses a proven process which typically takes 12 to 18 months.

“The F4OR accreditation program sets out very clear expectations for working in the UK Offshore renewables market. We bring a range of unique expertise, experience and assets to the table and, as a result of our F4OR journey, we have been able to refine DeepOcean’s business protocols and strengthen our sector knowledge in a targeted approach. We are already recognizing the positive impact the program has had on our business and this F4OR accreditation is another key milestone for our development in this sector,” adds Mawhinney.


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