OEG Offshore’s Fern opens Aberdeen office

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Fern Communications, an OEG Offshore company, has opened a new office in Aberdeen and appointed an experienced engineering team to service Scotland’s mixed offshore energy sector.

Fern Communications managing director and co-founder Jennifer Cushion cuts the ribbon at the opening of a new office Aberdeen, Scotland. (Courtesy: OEG Offshore)

Managing Director Jennifer Cushion and Technical Director Clive Cushion formed Fern Communications in 2002. OEG acquired the company in 2021. Fern’s new facility is at Cairnrobin Business Park, Marywell, south of Aberdeen, and will act as a regional hub for the company to service its clients across the northeast of Scotland.

“Having premises in Aberdeen has been a dream of Clive and I for over 15 years,” Cushion said. “Fern can now support customers, giving them the confidence that we are local with the ability to roll with them through the demands of the offshore industry.”

The Fern Aberdeen team is headed by James Coverley, who is responsible for supporting key customers and delivering growth in the renewables and offshore energy sectors.
Fern recently won the contract award for Moray West Offshore Wind Farm (MOWL) to supply, install, support, and maintain Moray West’s communications system.

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