The ongoing pandemic earlier forced ICE’s largest customer to suspend operations and has caused many ship design and offshore energy projects to be postponed. Having earlier cut costs and assigned surplus employees to training, internal projects and short work weeks, from end of October ICE will – like many other companies – reduce its number of employees to better reflect the reduced workload available.

The lay-offs are based on skills needed for ongoing work and to retain the ability to take on new projects, and does not reflect negatively on the loyal and skilled employees leaving. Individual terminations may be postponed or withdrawn depending on ongoing work. The large remaining staff will continue to give high quality service to all customers, and ICE stands ready to re-hire employees as needed for new contracts.

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