BMT Asset Performance Launched

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 12, 2016

  • MARS Tanker C BMT Defence Services Ltd (Photo: BMT)
  • Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier (Photo: BMT)
  • MARS Tanker C BMT Defence Services Ltd (Photo: BMT) MARS Tanker C BMT Defence Services Ltd (Photo: BMT)
  • Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier (Photo: BMT) Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier (Photo: BMT)
BMT Asset Performance, a subsidiary of BMT Group, has been launched following the recent decision to merge BMT Cadence which delivers safety and environmental risk management services and BMT Reliability Consultants which focusses on reliability and supportability engineering.
 
Mike Prince, Managing Director of BMT Asset Performance, commented, “We have recognized for some time now that there are real synergies between the two organizations. Staff have been increasingly working together to support our clients’ capital engineering projects and we have delivered real innovation into the market as a result, so the decision to merge feels exactly like a clear, natural progression for us to make.”
 
“Our new name deliberately seeks to reflect what our new company is all about - using our knowledge to help our clients achieve an optimum and assured performance from the full spectrum of their organization’s assets.” Prince said. 
 
Bringing together the strengths of both businesses, BMT Asset Performance will provide a compelling offering to organizations that depend, for their success, on a mastery of complex engineering. For a variety of clients within the defence, transport and energy industries, the company underpins more than 35 years of enterprise-level consultancy, solving real-world business critical problems, with unmatched engineering analytical pedigree; problems such as the optimum asset mix, the cost and value of ownership through-life and the effective management of variation and change. 
 
Prince continued, “To help our clients identify the best pathway to success, it’s important to take a very broad view of what their assets are and while we use our skills to address the complex engineering, we also unlock organization’s hidden assets such as its data, processes and innovations. We help our client’s spot and exploit real day-to-day opportunities to achieve more with less, to increase their competitiveness and to plan ahead with confidence.”

 

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