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Offshore Marine Support (Brokerage) Ltd is run by Andy Iannetta and Ellen Spurge.

Andy is both an experienced skipper and entrepreneur who has built up a successful business over the past few years and gained respect for carrying out bird and mammal surveys with his own vessel “Mabel Alice”

Having attended many conferences and seminars, relating to the Offshore Renewable Sector – and having been invited to speak at several – it became very apparent to Andy that the way to forge ahead in this industry was to get smaller owner / operators to join together.

From this the idea of our brokerage grew and we have now set this up as a new venture.

We differ from other brokerage organisations in that we do not charge anybody to join us – all we ask is a commission from any charter that the owner / operator achieves which was introduced by Offshore Marine Support (Brokerage) Ltd.  Details of how this works can be seen on our “How It Works” page.

Andy’s contact details are – 07590 688046 – andy_bck@yahoo.co.uk

Ellen is a commercially aware, qualified accountant, who has held Senior Management and Board positions in several medium sized companies, in manufacturing and both the aviation and marine sector.

Latterly, Ellen has turned her skills to Project Management and takes delight in making things happen.  With a keen eye to detail her organisational skills are second to none.

Ellen’s contact details are – 07970 187812 – ellen.spurge@mail.com

Ellen has also had several articles published in various different industry-related publications, the latest of which can be seen on Page 25 of Wind Energy Network , as part of their Spotlight on Aberdeen feature – follow this link to see the article - http://content.yudu.com/Library/A3ifnk/WENIssue26WEBSP/resources/index.htm?referrerUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.windenergynetwork.co.uk%2Fmagazine%2F

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