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N-Sea: A New Era for Noordhoek


Noordhoek has emerged after a turbulent period as a reinvigorated company, ready to capitalize on its strengths, expand its business and build a brand synonymous with excellence. “This rejuvenation is a testament to our dedicated workforce, who, with the support of our ambitious partner Value Enhancement Partners, has created a more dynamic and entrepreneurial company. The launch of our new name N-Sea is just the beginning’’, said Commercial Director Cees Noordhoek. The letter ‘N’ is a prominent part of the name. In the ‘N’, Noordhoek, the name in which the company has invested more than 50 years, lives on. Thanks to the impressive work over 50 years the name Noordhoek continues to open many doors. In addition, the new name refers to the North Sea Standards, which means quality and also refers to N-Sea’s home base. Moreover, the new name N-Sea presents a more powerful, international and customer-focused company. N-Sea is the name, followed by the names of the divisions underneath: Offshore (N-Sea Offshore), Survey (N-Sea Survey), Seatec (N-Seatec), and inshore (N-Shore).
Cees Noordhoek; “The new name, logo and ethos of the company are powerful and very ambitious. We at N-Sea understand that our brands’ success will ultimately be determined by our performance. Despite all the catchy names and logos, our image in the end is the result of our activities. We are determined to show you how we can leverage more than 50 years of N-Sea experience in the most challenging projects”.
A colourful new magazine has been published with information about N-Sea and the creation of the name and logo.


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