EnerMech Secure £16 Million Contract

Press Release
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Les Graves, Director of EnerMech

Mechanical engineering services company, EnerMech, has been awarded a process services contract by BG Group which could be worth up to £16 million.


 
The three year contract (+1 year option) covers all BG Group’s U.K. North Sea assets including the Lomond, North Everest and Armada platforms.


 
The workscope includes the provision of topside process, flange management and nitrogen services and is the first contract EnerMech has secured with BG Group.


 
Aberdeen-based EnerMech said the contract win will create new jobs and take its total workforce to more than 1,400.


 
In January EnerMech acquired Australian valves engineering and servicing company, Valve Tech Engineering, in a multi-million pound deal which followed the acquisition in December of Cape Town based Water Weights International SA (Pty) Ltd which specialises in heavy load testing of cranes and lifting equipment.


 
EnerMech is an Aberdeen-based company which provides mechanical services to the energy industry, has bases in 15 countries and annual sales of £140 million.

 

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