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Press Release on Josh Jambon and Jambon Boats

December 4, 2012

The second quarter saw higher than expected earnings for offshore-drilling and offshore-transportation contractors as the oil and gas sector continues to hire specialized companies to fulfill their needs. In fact, analysts are anticipating that there will be an upcoming battle among the various energy companies looking to duke it out to secure ultra deepwater availability.


This in turn has caused an increase in demand for the services of Louisiana based business Jambon Boats who recently made the bold decision to undertake transportation of services and personnel from offshore to onshore and vice versa. With the prices of fossil fuels continuing to fluctuate, larger construction support vessels simply will not take the smaller, less profitable work.


“Specifically, we noticed a window of opportunity to work within a niche that most other companies were not serving. With many oil and gas companies using their deep pockets to scour the deepwater for energy, we realized that we had a chance to seize a market that was being underserved.” said Josh Jambon, CEO of Jambon Boats in Golden Meadow, Louisiana. ”


“A lot of our nations ability to supply additional oil over time will need to come from deepwater and ultra deepwater drilling.” added Josh Jambon.


This high demand has led to growth for Jambon Boats which has seen a growth in its network which currently boasts of 17 offices that are able to offer local expertise within an international network. In turn, these primary offices are supported by a network of representative offices, giving Jambon Boats a total of 62 offices worldwide.

To continue reading, you can check out the entire press release here on SBWire.


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