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We're ready for Oceanology 2018!

January 25, 2018 - Coraline Mulder

From 13-15 March, Atlas Professionals will attend Oceanology International at the London ExCel. It’s the world’s premier event for marine science and ocean technology. Read More
Be aware of SCAM emails

January 12, 2018 - Coraline Mulder

We are constantly seeing an increase in scam emails and respectfully remind you to be always wary of suspicious emails. Scammers are regularly using brands of prominent organisations such as Atlas Professionals to lure users into infecting their computers without even realising this has happened. Read More
Atlas Programmed Marine provides first class crew to Solstad Ichthys project

November 29, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

In 2017, Solstad Offshore was awarded a subcontract with McDermott for the provision of light construction vessel services. The CSV Normand Reach was deployed to the Ichthys gas field development off the west coast of Australia. We spoke to Managing Director of Solstad Offshore Crewing Services, Odd Skei, to discuss the project. Read More
Towing a Giant: An Interview with the President of POSH Terasea Offshore

November 6, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

It’s a late Friday evening in Singapore and President and Director of POSH Terasea Offshore (PTO) Eric Ng is coming to the end of his day. Recently, the company made headlines when it announced that five of its anchor-handling vessels would tow the Prelude FLNG – the world’s largest offshore facility – over a distance of 3000 nm. Now, the project was finally coming to a close and the man in the hot seat could finally allow himself a moment to savour the achievement. Read More
ZERO HARM: Boost safety presence and awareness across the globe

October 23, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

On 10 July 2017, Atlas Professionals signed the final agreement with Programmed for the acquisition of the international activities of Programmed Marine. What makes Programmed Marine unique is their Zero Harm policy in all that they do which includes safe working environments as well as natural environments. Read More

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