We in-house operate high quality fulfilment equipment like hammers, upending tools, generators and ILT’s in order to work as efficient as possible.

Arnoud Bosch

Back to overview

After studying Civil Engineering at Delft University of Technology I soon found a job in the offshore industry. After having worked for eight years at the same company, as (project) engineer, I was ready for a new challenge. SHL drew my attention because it was a rapidly-growing company and was in the process of building a new ship, the Oleg Strashnov. As far as I was concerned that made the company an even more attractive proposition. When I was given the chance to go to work at SHL in 2010, I seized the opportunity with both hands. I have never once regretted my decision because I am really enjoying myself. Despite the fact that it is growing rapidly, the SHL organisation is still very compact. As a result, the lines of communication are short and I know almost everyone at the company. My work as Engineering Manager is very varied. I am involved in the preparation and execution of major projects. These projects consist of the installation and dismantling of offshore platforms and wind farms. Within the framework of these projects I am responsible for the technical preparation (engineering) and consultations with customers. Each project is different and that means you are constantly gaining experience. One of the best things about my work is that it is international. A new world literally opens up before you. I get to travel and experience new cultures all over the world, from Norway and South Korea, to India and Qatar. Add to this the great atmosphere and the opportunities for career development and you will understand why I feel so at home at SHL

Arnoud Bosch

‘Challenging work with an immediate result, in an international setting. That is what SHL has to offer. ’

Engineering Manager
(Engineering department)