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Production and Maintenance Goes the Extra Mile for Total E&P Nederland

January 4, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

For eight years, Atlas’ Production and Maintenance (P&M) business line has built a strong foundation through a service agreement with Total E&P Nederland. The agreement gives Atlas a major responsibility; to supply crane operators to Total on the Dutch continental shelf. However, through this agreement Atlas has become more than just a supplier for Total E&P. The agreement gives Atlas’ Production & Maintenance business line full responsibility in all operational planning for crane drivers working on global projects. Read More
Atlas Looks forward to the Next Challenges in 2016

December 23, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

With 2015 coming to a close, Atlas looks forward to the next challenges in 2016 and continuing to invest in the heroes of the onshore and offshore industry. Although this year has not been easy for our industries we intend to continue our efforts in securing new and exciting opportunities for the year ahead. As 2014s downturn in oil prices continues to reverberate beneath the surface, Atlas has worked hard to cement secure foundations within our 15 business lines. Read More
Atlas Obtains Successful Results from Annual Customer Evaluations Survey

December 7, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

Recently, Atlas’ QHSE department sent out their Annual Customer Evaluation survey. As a service led organisation, we value the feedback from our customers in order to improve our services and to develop our investment in the future of the Energy and Marine industries. Read More
Join us at Offshore Energy 2015

October 5, 2015 - Coraline Mulder

On 13 and 14 October 2015, Atlas Professionals will be attending Offshore Energy at stand 11.093A in Hall 11 where we invite you to come and meet our team to discuss talking points in the industry. Read More
Working in the Belly of the Beast: A Mechanic in the Offshore Industry

September 24, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

For the last 30 years, Henk Schlüter has developed his passion for mechanical engineering into a diverse career in the offshore and maritime industries. After spending the last eight years working through Atlas, Henk has had opportunities to work on some of the industry’s most complex machinery; opportunities that would make any mechanic jealous. Read More

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