Supply Chain Register

Independent reports suggest that the first GW of floating wind power in the Celtic Sea would create as many as 3,000 jobs and almost £700m in supply chain opportunities for Wales and Cornwall in the coming decade alone.

We are committed to maximising this opportunity for ports and local businesses to support a sustainable economy by working with key supply chain partners, local authorities, industry bodies and government organisations to understand capacity and capability so that we can build long-term relationships and a sustainable legacy.

Our approach to supply chain management is based on absolute commitment to sustainability across the key areas of safety, economy, environmental impacts, and costs. We believe it should not cost the earth to save the earth.

If you are interested in becoming a potential supplier and providing services to Floventis, we invite you to register your details via the form below. By doing so, you will receive regular updates on key information, including details related to future supply chain events. We are dedicated to fostering collaboration and creating mutually beneficial relationships with our suppliers. Together, let’s shape the future of the offshore renewable energy industry by leveraging the strengths of our supply chain and driving sustainable growth.