PPM Secures North Sea Contract

(Press Release)
Monday, June 25, 2012
Directors of PPM Shaun Murray and Stuart Wood

Precision Pumping & Metering (PPM), specialists in chemical injection pumping equipment has secured a six-figure contract with AMEC in the North Sea.

PPM will provide a chemical injection upgrade, including designing and manufacturing 12 off permanent chemical Injection pump skills and four off tanks. The company will also supply four off temporary pump skids during the installation phase. Stuart Wood, managing director at PPM said: “This is a significant contract for PPM requiring a higher level of planning, documentation and support and considerable technical input from design and quality assurance personnel...We believe that due to our ongoing commitment to quality, through achieving DNV accreditations to ISO9001:2008, that we were able to demonstrate that not only was our bid very competitive, we also have the technical capabilities to fulfil such projects....Not only does it highlight our continued commitment to delivering innovation, safety, quality and service, it also shows our continued growth and emergence as a forerunner in our field.”

Since establishing in 2008, the Aberdeen based PPM has tripled in staff and made considerable investment into new and specialised equipment.






 

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