Jambon Boats takes on an additional offshore support vessel (OSV) in Ghana as company continues to grow.
New Orleans, LA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/12/2012 -- Josh Jambon announced that his company, Jambon Boats, took delivery of an additional offshore support vessel (OSV) for continued support of Ghana’s maritime market as Jambon Boats flourishes.
Jambon initially got the idea of expanding his company internationally, while on a trade mission in Ghana with the US Department of Commerce. This move ended up being beneficial, both to Jambon Boats and to the local people in Ghana.
“I noticed that there was a need and made the decision to jump on it", said Jambon. "One of the things we do is hire 100% local. Aside from employing locals in our office in Ghana, we also purchase our materials locally as well as contract with local companies for our service and repair needs. We even bought our office furniture and equipment made from indigenous woods."
Josh Jambon continues to see his company grow and hopes to be able to expand into additional international markets in the near future.
About Josh Jambon
Josh Jambon, current CEO of Jambon Marine Service, attended college at Nicholls State University in Louisiana where he obtained a Business Management degree. Following his graduation, he opened Super-Valu Marine Supply to support offshore operations. Realizing there was an increase in demand, he used his experience to open up Jambon Boat Rentals in 2005. To learn more, you can check out Jambon's business profile.
About Jambon Boats
Jambon Boats is a boat rental company that specializes in providing offshore support vessels (OSV) to the international oil and gas industry. The company provides superior management of oceangoing vessels for offshore transportation. Their vessels assist other companies in drilling, production, construction, diving, and environmental operations.
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