Mechanical engineering group, EnerMech Ltd, has won its largest contract to date, securing a £20 million deal with Wood Group PSN.
Twelve new jobs will be created by the Aberdeen company to service the five year contract which is for the supply and rental of plant and equipment, including generators, air compressors and lifting and rigging equipment.
The contract also covers the supply of hand tools and consumables and the repair, service, maintenance and storage of Wood Group PSN owned equipment.
EnerMech has invested £1.5 million on new air compressors, generators and tools and spent a further £400,000 on a new workshop at their Aberdeen headquarters to service the contract.
Doug Duguid, managing director of EnerMech, said his company’s commitment to investing significant capital in new equipment and site facilities was a major driver in securing the contract.
Mr Duguid said: “Our policy of continual investment in new equipment, technologies and in the latest interactive web-based systems which give clients 24-7 visibility of their assets, gives us a clear advantage over competitors.
“We have completed some ad-hoc work on behalf of Wood Group in the past but this deal signals what I hope will be the start of a long and mutually beneficial relationship, which should offer up further opportunities for both companies.
“Winning this award is a clear indication that Wood Group PSN trusts us to provide a high quality service, delivered by first class personnel and backed up with our extensive on-site facilities which are second to none in the north east of Scotland.”
The Wood Group PSN success follows other major deals announced recently by EnerMech, including an £8.2 million crane operation and maintenance contract with BP Exploration in Azerbaijan, a £7.5 million contract from Cape Industrial Services to provide plant and equipment support in the Dutch North Sea and £1 million plus deals with Acergy/Subsea 7 and Petrofac.