A Look Inside SEAM
How has the 130-employee strong company been able to build and maintain a community that works together to make a difference in maritime operations? We took a look inside SEAM to find out.
SEAM wins ‘Company of the Year 2021’
Last Friday, 20th of May, SEAM was awarded 'Company of the Year 2021' by Næringsforeningen Haugalandet. The award ceremony took place at the annual Haugaland Conference, and the award was accepted by Gunvald Mortvedt, Stian Risdal, Otto Koch, Pål G. Eide, Karl Johan Ferkingstad and Helge Jørgensen.
SEAM goes all in on Service with newly appointed Chief Service Officer
In their efforts to further develop SEAM, the company’s management has now employed Karl Johan Ferkingstad for the newly created position Chief Service Officer to strengthen their service offer for their customers.
Realizing battery/hybrid ambitions for Eidesvik Offshore
SEAM has delivered six hybrid solutions to Eidesvik Offshore. Viking Energy was the first one, and the first ever offshore vessel to benefit from hybrid systems.
Norled partners up with SEAM for development of innovative battery system
Norled, together with SEAM and others, have developed a new system for charging and operating express boats with electric batteries. Potentially catapulting express boats into a new electric age.
SEAM looks to the international market
SEAM supplies hybrid and fully electrical solutions to one-third of the Norwegian maritime market. Now, they’re looking to capture greater market shares internationally, having hired two seasoned veterans of the maritime industry.
Westcon Power & Automation becomes SEAM
To further strengthen our leading position within the green future of marine propulsion systems and following a change of ownership, Westcon Power & Automation rebrands and changes its name to SEAM.