HeliService Intl GmbH, March 16, 2020 - GERMANY - The offshore wind market in Japan and Asia is evolving and Nakanihon deems to offer helicopter offshore services in that region. HeliService will support Nakanihon in establishing state-of-the art offshore helicopter operations in Japan and beyond.
“We are very pleased to have entered this deep cooperation with HeliService. With the extensive experience and expertise HeliService has in the offshore wind market we regard them as our partner of choice.” Taku Shibata, President, Nakanihon Air Service.
“HeliService is honored to support such a reputable company as Nakanihon. We are excited about the outlook in Japan and are looking forward to supporting Nakanihon in developing offshore helicopter operations.” Oliver Freiland, Managing Partner, HeliService.
Business Alliance with Heli Service International GmbH
Nakanihon Air - JAPAN - Nakanihon Airlines Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Toyoyama-cho, Nishikasugai-gun, Aichi Prefecture, President: Taku Shibata) has signed a business alliance agreement with Heli Service International GmbH (Headquarters: Emden, Deutschland, Representative: Oliver Freiland).
The Asian offshore wind power generation market is developing rapidly, and Central Japan Airlines aims to establish a helicopter service in the offshore wind power generation business in Japan, which is expected to grow in the future.
By partnering with Heli Service International, which has a wealth of experience and expertise in the European offshore wind power generation market, we will provide services from the research stage to maintenance operation in the offshore wind power generation business.
Heli Service International GmbH operates the latest aircraft such as the Leonardo AW169 and AW139, in the fast-growing European wind power generation industry, mainly in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, supplies to offshore substations, self-lifting barges, wind turbines, ships, etc.
We have been carrying passengers for over 30 years. In addition, we are developing human resources, providing equipment, consulting, providing helicopters to Polar Stern, an icebreaking research vessel that is conducting research expedition in the Arctic and Antarctic, and consigning aircraft as an authorized service center for Leonardo.