Thor Osland today starts working as the new CFO of Apto Maritime as. Osland has extensive experience as CFO in smaller and larger organisations, latest from the retail division of Norway Post. He holds a BA from Norwegian School of Management (Oslo) and an MBA from EAP (Paris). He is also trained as Deck Officer [...]
New CFO in Aptomar
Aptomar at NHO Innovation Award
Aptomar is nominated for the NHO Midt-Norge Innovation Award 2008. The award ceremony will be held on April 29.
Aptomar has a stand at NTNUs IT-Dagen (the IT Day) on monday 11.02 and tuesday 12.02. Come visit us on our stand at number 13.
Together with StatoilHydro, ENI and NOFO, Aptomar has been granted a PETROMAKS project for developing the SECurus OSIRIS system. OSIRIS stands for Oil Spill Infrared Information System. During its two year duration, the project shall develop the next generation of oil spill monitoring solutions, with focus on cold, darkness and coastal near areas.
Aptomar expands into 18 employees
4 new exciting employees have joined the Aptomar Core team. We are now 18 employees working together in our common vision to become the world leader within the maritime HSE segment.
Signed contract with Simon Møkster Shipping
Simon Møkster Shipping and Aptomar has signed a contract for two SECurus units for the new Standby Rescue vessels for the Tampen areas. Delivery is estimated to Q3 2008 and Q1 2009. This is the first signed sale of the SECurus system.
New Aptomar premises
Aptomar has signed for new office facilities in Stiklestadveien 3 from 1.September 2008. The office will have 1200 square meters adapted to the company needs and growth.
Achilles certificate 2008
Sec Systems has renewed the qualification for the Achilles Joint Qualification System for 2008.
The SECurus system prototype is for the first time demonstrated for our partners StatoilHydro, ENI Norway, Simon Møkster Shipping and NOFO.
SECurus installed on FF Gunnerus
The first SECurus prototype is now installed on FF Gunnerus, the new research vessel owned by The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Visit www.ntnu.no/ntnumarin/gunnerus for more information of the vessel.