Tidal Transit expands team

In: Vessels
Tidal Transit has recently made two new appointments, with Jimmy Duggan joining as Operations and QHSE Manager and Georgia Cuddihy as HSE Apprentice.

Based in North Norfolk, Tidal Transit has been chartering its purpose-designed vessels to the offshore wind industry since 2011, and is vessels are currently on charter at four of the UK's fully operational offshore wind farms.

Tidal Transit's Commercial Director Leo Hambro is preparing the company for significant growth. He said: "I am delighted to welcome Jimmy and Georgia to the company.  We added two new vessels to our fleet earlier this year, and we have plans to continue to expand. Offshore wind is now a global industry and there will be many exciting opportunities for us in the years ahead. Jimmy and Georgia will play key roles in ensuring our   quality, heath, safety and environmental management systems are of the highest standard."

Jimmy Duggan: Ops and QHSE Manager: "After 37 years in the British Army I was looking for new opportunities and challenges, and Tidal Transit and the offshore industry offers both.  While in the army, I gained vast experience in training, logistics, HR and management, all of which will prove invaluable in my new position. 

"I understand that the UK is considered to be the best location for wind power in Europe, with the potential to deliver clean renewable energy to meet the country's needs.  Being part of a company that is well respected, is thriving and has a long term future in the industry excites me."

Georgia Cuddihy: HSE Apprentice "I was brought up in Norfolk, and before joining Tidal Transit I was worked towards a qualification in health and safety in a fast food outlet, and completed an apprenticeship in business administration on a holiday park.  I enjoyed working in health and safety, and was interested in pursuing it further when the opportunity of an apprenticeship at Tidal Transit presented itself.

"The apprenticeship will last up to 24 months, and will involve assisting the management team in implementing relevant health, safety and environment data, investigating incidents and occurrences and presenting the findings."

Leo Hambro added: "The UK is leading the way in offshore wind, and our expertise is in high demand all around the world. Much of this expertise is centred here on East Anglia's ‘energy coastline', and I expect this to lead many more local employment opportunities."    

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