Tyra prompts major hiring spree: Semco to create 200-300 jobs

Semco Maritime has secured a "very significant" contract related to the Tyra redevelopment via a consortium, says Senior Vice President Anders Benfeldt. The company will need several hundred people from day one, and perhaps more down the line.

The redevelopment of the Tyra field is unique in the Danish sector. The photo shows an illustration of DUC's expectation of the new facility. | Photo: Total PR

It's not often that a Danish subsupplier to the oil industry can advertise staff recruitment on the scale entailed by a contract just secured by Semco Maritime.

With a major commissioning contract on the Tyra field, currently being redeveloped, the company estimates it will be hiring somewhere between 200 and 300 employees, says Semco Senior Vice President Anders Benfeldt in an interview with EnergyWatch.

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