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DHSS expands its presence in Port of IJmuiden, by opening a new support base in Port of IJmuiden

With the opening of a new ISPS terminal at Volendamkade in Port of IJmuiden, also a first offshore wind project started off with a port visit at DHSS’s new terminal of installation vessel Bold Tern and various daily calls of CTV’s. Bold Tern is preparing for a maintenance campaign in a closeby situated offshore wind farm. The purpose will be that the installation vessel stays out as long as possible and 2 CTV’s will make multiple daily calls at the support base in IJmuiden.

The new support base is situated opposite the other location of the company.

The logistics base is, beside the ideal spot for installation or walk to work vessels, also is a perfect location for CTV calls.

“By making use of the ramp which is situated at our new terminal, we now have a multi-purpose support base in the deep sea port of IJmuiden, says Wim Schouwenaar, founder and CEO of the company.

“With expanding of our current presence in IJmuiden with this terminal, we like to mention, that DHSS is here for the long run. Our support bases are a foundation from which we are able to support our clients and able to deliver a comprehensive logistical package with the core concept of being the preferred gateway to offshore assets”.

Besides Port of IJmuiden, DHSS is also based in Den Helder and Eemshaven. The main activities of the company are ships agency services, port logistics, warehousing and helicopter services for the offshore energy markets.