History

The first offices at Hegreneset

The Transmark Subsea history started early summer/late spring 2009, when Tore Diesen and the owner of the Transmark Group in Holland commenced discussions about starting up a Subsea Cable Service Facility. The green light was lit, and personnel were recruited during the summer. The business was formally opened at Hegreneset north of Bergen harbour, October 1st. 2009.

Transmark Subsea now consisted  of six employees, all with long experience from working in the subsea oil & gas industry. Starting with connectors and cable moulding, the platform for our business was established. This was soon followed by light engineering and Transmark specific products.

The first significant investment was a large pressure vessel rated to 450 bar. The installation was done during spring 2010, enabling a continuous value chain for Long Life Systems

Transmark Subsea has seen steady and healthy growth since then. Revenue doubled every year along with the number of employees.  Our clients appreciated our fast response and flexible attitude – and they still do.

After three prosperous years in the industry we had outgrown the facilities. Around Christmas 2012 we purchased a building and 12.000m2 of land close to the Bergen airport.

After a complete remake, the building now houses modern workshop and offices, with fit-for-purpose manufacturing facilities. The property is large enough to accommodate future extensions.

Transmark is now well positioned to continue its exciting journey, still characterised by fast respons, flexibility and focus on client needs. We are now increasingly taking on larger manufacturing-, assembly- and testing projects for the industry.