Cosalt Offshore Secures CNR Contract

(Press Release)
Thursday, July 12, 2012

Cosalt Offshore has been awarded a contract with CNR International (UK) Limited. (CNR).

The contract, which is for three years,comes with a two one year options and will see Cosalt Offshore provide CNR with lifting and mechanical handling support services on five  platforms – Tiffany, Ninian North, Central and South and Murchison. Cosalt Offshore is the incumbent provider of these services to CNR, but the new contract was won as the result of a competitive tender process. Rod Buchan, chief executive of Cosalt Offshore, said: “We are delighted to be successful at the end of the comprehensive tender process. This win affirms our position as the leading contractor in this market sector.

“Securing this contract extension is extremely important to Cosalt Offshore. Building strong relationships with our customers and exceeding their expectations is at the core of the company, along with high levels of investment to ensure we have the best equipment, facilities and team of engineers in the industry.

“We have an established track-record of offering a cost-effective service in which quality and safety is paramount. The success of our approach has been proven time and time again through retaining existing clients and starting work with new ones. We are delighted to be continuing to work with CNR and hope to be part of this operation for many years to come.”

Keith Matheson, mechanical engineer at CNR, said: “Cosalt Offshore has provided an exceptionally high quality and cost-effective service over the past five years, and we look forward to continuing to work with them.”’ Work began earlier this year and will run until May 2017 with a team of Cosalt Offshore’s multi-skilled technicians servicing the contract.
 

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