A proud Scanel tradition was continued today when Rasmus Bundgaard-Nielsen completed his apprenticeship in our Electronics department and was immediately hired as our newest fully-qualified electronic technician.
We are very proud to announce that Udbudsvagten has appointed Scanel International A/S as elite provider 2020. Scanel International A/S receives the certificate as we were one of the largest public sector providers in 2019 within our line of business.
Scanel International is pleased to announce that Jakob Tvilling Grønkjær is the new COO in Scanel and joined the management team February 1st 2020.
Stort tillykke til Andreas Kristiansen og Mathias Tamborg Poulsen som er begge udlært martime elektirkere pr. 17-01-2020
Today Lukas Kiis graduated as a Scanel apprentice and was hired as our newest qualified electromechanical technician.
423,970 hours – that’s how many hours Scanel staff have worked offshore since 2008.
Scanel International is proud to announce that MHI Vestas has awarded Scanel the contract to carry out electrical installation and high-voltage installation on the Borkum Riffgrund 2 offshore wind farm in the North Sea. Our team of high-voltage technicians and electricians looks forward to working on the 56 wind turbines from April until October.
The members of Danish Export Association Executive Forum were literally on home territory in London when they dined at the Royal Danish embassy in Knightsbridge during a business trip. The Danish Ambassador to the UK Lars Thuesen kindly hosted the delegation, which included Scanel CEO Claus Søgaard Poulsen.
A proud Scanel tradition continued when, at the same ceremony, Daniel Wiesneck graduated as a Scanel apprentice and was hired as our newest qualified electrician.
Congratulations to Klaus Krogsgaard who has been appointed Scanel Marine Head of Projects.
Scanel International is pleased to confirm that we have been awarded a four-year framework agreement by the Royal Danish Navy. The agreement covers all electrical work on ships at the Navy bases in Korsør (‘East Denmark’) and Frederikshavn (‘West Denmark’).