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Aker Solutions Renews with Recruitment Firm NES

September 3, 2020

Valhall field - Credit: Aker BP

Valhall field - Credit: Aker BP

Norwegian offshore engineering services company Aker Solutions has retained NES Advantage Solutions as its provider of permanent recruitment and temporary staffing services for a further 5 years. NES Advantage Solutions is part of the NES Global Talent group of companies.

"NES Advantage has had a long-standing partnership with Aker Solutions dating back to 2010 and remains their partner of choice enabling Aker to achieve its strategic objectives and project delivery milestones by supplying highly skilled engineering and technical personnel across all parts of the business," the company said.

Jens Mellbye, Managing Director, NES Advantage Solutions comments: "The renewal of this contract with [Aker Solutions] in such a challenging environment is an important milestone and testimony to our historical delivery record. We look forward to providing the best people in current and new geographies supporting  [Aker Solutions'] projects and taking the partnership to the next level with improved performance and quality mechanisms”

Luiz Novaes, SVP Global Supply Chain, Aker Solutions said: "NES Advantage Solutions has demonstrated flexibility over the years, helping us to scale up and down, seeking competitiveness through industry cycles. They are strategic partners who consistently provide us with the right talent at the right time, supporting our performance objectives.”

According to NES, exciting upcoming projects include the recent announcement that Aker Solutions has won the Maintenance and Modifications Work for Aker BP's Ula, Skarv, Valhall and Tambar fields offshore Norway. Work will begin in December 2020.


Related: Aker BP Awards Aker Solutions $175,5M Offshore Maintenance Work

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