UK based engineering company ACN Offshore Ltd has undergone a total brand review and now unveils its new name, logo and website to support its evolution as a multi-sector engineering solutions provider.
Having recently moved from the former Shell Offshore Base in Lowestoft to Great Yarmouth the business has seen a significant transformation and growth, the new identity is seen to reflect the company’s forward vision for the future.
Remaining an independently and privately-owned company ACN Offshore Ltd will change name to N-ERGISE Ltd. The company’s legal entity and registration will remain as company registration no.09452821 (UK registered).
The new brand identity reflects N-ERGISE’s commitment to provide the very highest level of service across multiple sectors. Early on the company set out an objective to work across the Energy sectors, last year this was successfully achieved by simultaneously having major projects in the Oil & Gas, Marine, Nuclear and Renewables sectors. The new name reflects the success the company has had from its diversification across all the Energy sectors.
The website (www.n-ergise.one) has also been rebranded accordingly. As part of the company’s marketing investment plan the website will see a full redesign and relaunch later in the year.
Whilst the company rebrands to N-ERGISE it continues to play a vital role in Hook-Up & Commissioning activities on a major UK Offshore Wind Farm, the objective for all stakeholders is to safely ‘Energise’.
The company will continue to N-ERGISE…
Commenting on N-ERGISE’s rebrand, Business Development Manager, David Windscheffel said;
“It is important that N-ERGISE retains its established values but at the same time develops a new and modern identity. The rebranding exercise will ensure that we get the right message out there. We feel it’s important to let people know we are not just an ‘offshore’ company, we equally offer and provide as many services onshore. The landscape for the Energy sector is rapidly changing and we recognise the need for change.”