International marine consultancy, surveying and inspection service provider Viking Marine Services (VMS) on Thursday (29 October) introduced its new office located at Houston, USA.
“We stayed pretty much quiet in 2019, opening and strengthening the various in-house departments we had recently opened namely Claims, Agency, Launches and Technical,” it said on a LinkedIn announcement.
“2020 is a year which has no words to describe everyone is in the same boat, but we found room for expansion.
“Houston comes on line as our sixth office and covers the US Gulf ports. With travel bans and working remotely things were much tougher in setting thing up but not impossible.
“Quality and Integrity remain our key pillars and we aim to keep improving and widening our services and reach for our esteemed clients.”
Contact details of its new office are as follows:
VIKING MARINE SERVICES USA LLC
5200 Hollister Road, Suite 300
Houston, TX 77040
Photo credit: Viking Marine Services
Published: 30 October, 2020
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