The oil service company Bilfinger Industries gave notice on Monday that about 350 positions may be cut in a new round of downsizing.
The cuts hits insulators, industrial painters, scaffolders and rope access technicians and supervisors and technical staff within insulation, industrial painting and scaffolding. The downsizing will be both in both the offshore and onshore parts of the company, Offshore writes.
The Norwegian branch of the German company has around 1,600 employees at the head office at Sola and the subdivisions in Bergen, Haugesund, Skien and Hammerfest.
The company has in recent months lost several contracts, including the Oseberg and Heimdal, and has in the last two years lost around 318 million.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today