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12hoist4u: new office, new service

June 5 - 12hoist4u has opened its first office outside the Netherlands.

12hoist4u Norge AS is a 100 percent subsidiary of 12hoist4u and has been opened to capitalise on the opportunities that are evident in Norway's ever-growing oil and gas sectors.

The company, which specialises in temporary placements within the market niche for hoisting & lifting, heavy lift and specialised transport, has also decided to provide a new service for permanent recruitment with the employment of a senior recruiter for permanent vacancies.

Heleen Terpstra, who has joined the company in this newly created role, has all-round human resource experience in Royal Dutch Shell Group.

She has 35 years of experience in payroll and salary administration, expatriate services, training & development, as well as HR advice and was recently involved in technical recruitment with Shell for experienced hires.

In her role as senior recruiter, Heleen will be responsible for recruiting and headhunting.

12hoist4u reports that it is regularly approached by international companies with specialist requests and requiring customised advice.

It adds that it is able to deliver experienced and qualified staff for every customer from all kinds of industries that is in need of personnel with lifting and hoisting qualifications.

www.12hoist4u.com

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