'Survival Craft Inspectorate' Signs Middle East Agreement

Press Release
Friday, August 10, 2012
Signing Ceremony in Doha: Photo credit SCI

UK-based 'Survival Craft Inspectorate' signs deal to provide for Qatar's onshore & offshore energy sector LS equipment needs.

Survival Craft Inspectorate has signed an agreement that will see it establish an operational presence in the Middle East for the first time.

The UK-based business has established formal links with Qatar-based IRM Offshore Services in the latest extension of its network of international bases.

Senior figures from Survival Craft Inspectorate travelled to Doha to sign a memorandum of understanding with IRM counterparts in the presence of H.E. Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, Chairman of IRM Offshore Services.

IRM is a leading supplier of consultancy, engineering and project management services to the oil and gas industry. Its Director of Operations, Jaison Francis, said: “"We selected Survival Craft Inspectorate to fulfil this demanding role as its current objectives and standards of expertise complement those of IRM in terms of the delivery of high quality products and services."

Survival Craft Inspectorate currently has nearly 150 staff at nine locations worldwide: Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth in the UK, Florida and Houston in the United States, Canada, Norway, Singapore, Malaysia and Western Australia.


 

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