Scotland’s Fisher Offshore opens Singapore base

Scottish energy industry specialist Fisher Offshore has expanded into Singapore as the firm embraces growing demand for its integrated services.

Scotland's Fisher Offshore opens Singapore base
The Aberdeenshire-based company has invested significantly in its lifting, deck machinery, subsea tooling and fluid solutions divisions.

With equipment and personnel already mobilised worldwide, the creation of a new facility in Asia is designed to support rapid response to client requirements in the region.
Fisher Offshore’s new operations centre and workshop is situated at Labuan with offices located in the Loyang Offshore Base, at the heart of the island’s offshore zone. They will provide the full range of services with support from the team in Scotland.
Managing director Jack Davidson said: “We have an ambitious growth strategy and harnessing opportunities in the Far East is an important part of that. Fisher Offshore has been active in the region for a number of years and, with demand for equipment steadily rising and forecasts for that trend to continue, we are confident now is the time to establish a permanent presence.

“As an Aberdeen-based company, the North Sea will always be an integral part of our business but we recognise the importance of broadening our horizons. It is important that the levels of service and expertise we have built our reputation upon are replicated wherever in the world the Fisher Offshore logo can be found. The new Singapore base is designed to do that for our clients in the Asia Pacific region.”

Fisher Offshore was born as a lifting specialist but in recent years has expanded to provide a focus on integrated solutions to the energy industry.

Fluid solutions became the latest service to fall under the Fisher umbrella earlier this year, following a £2million investment in new equipment, and subsea tooling is another key area. In addition, the traditional heart of the business remains strong and new marine cranes worth £1m have been added to the existing rental fleet.

Jack Davidson added: “Our strength is the ability to pull together our specialist services, products and skills to offer those in a package which enables us to provide turnkey solutions worldwide. The Singapore expansion is another important step as we build for the future.”

Part of James Fisher and Sons plc, Fisher Offshore offers fully integrated engineered solutions to the offshore, subsea and marine industries alongside a comprehensive range of equipment for rental and sale, including but not limited to: winches and hoists, marine cranes and deck machinery, subsea hydraulic tooling, breathing air compressors, handling systems, deck equipment, offshore pumps and powered umbilical reels.
The company also provides precision engineering and fabrication services and is an authorised distributor, training provider and service centre for Ingersoll Rand equipment.


September 10, 2014


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