Great Yarmouth engineering firm ACN Offshore rebrands to become N-Ergise

Engineering firm ACN Offshore has changed its name to N-Ergise. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto/Nostal6ie.

Engineering firm ACN Offshore has changed its name to N-Ergise. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto/Nostal6ie.


A Norfolk engineering company has announced a rebrand to reflect the broader service it now offers.

N-Ergise is the new name for ACN Offshore, which recently moved from the former Shell offshore base in Lowestoft to Great Yarmouth.

Management say the new identity is to reflect the company’s vision for the future, and will be supported by a new logo and website, at

The company serves all areas of the energy industry and last year had major projects in oil and gas, marine, nuclear and renewables sectors at the same time.

Business development manager David Windscheffel said: “It is important that N-Ergise retains its established values but at the same time develops a new and modern identity. The rebranding exercise will ensure that we get the right message out there.

“We feel it’s important to let people know we are not just an offshore company, we equally offer and provide as many services onshore. The landscape for the energy sector is rapidly changing and we recognise the need for change.”

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