SeaZip Expands Its UK Team with New Business Development Manager
The Netherlands-headquartered offshore service vessels provider and operator SeaZip Offshore Service has appointed Tania Plank as business development manager for the UK.
The company recently opened an office at the OrbisEnergy building in Lowestoft, which it sees as a response to the British government’s appeal for companies specialising in renewable offshore energy to set up businesses in the UK.
Being involved at a local level is vital, SeaZip said, and for that reason the company expanded the team with Plank.
Plank has six years of offshore wind experience, working in the crew transfer vessel (CTV) market, prior to which she worked in the human resources sector, primarily within the construction industry.
According to SeaZip, Plank is a good fit for the new role and the company’s ambition to be involved in the local UK market.
“It will be both an honour and challenge to help SeaZip expand as we drive forward into the next round of offshore wind projects. Whilst commercial pressure has never been greater I believe that by not compromising on standards SeaZip remains incredibly competitive within the marketplace,” Plank said.
Earlier this year, SeaZip signed a contract for the deployment of one of its service vessels to support installation works at the Galloper offshore wind farm off the Suffolk Coast in the UK.