Mechanical engineering group EnerMech has announced a global affiliation with leading US air winch manufacturers Thern.
Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech employs more than 1800 people in 26 international locations and provides a range of integrated services to the oil and gas sector, including cranes and lifting services.
The new Thern TA and TA-C (CE/DNV) series of air winches have the capacity for lifting/pulling up to 37,000 lbs/17,000 kg and are used to help set up the rig, pull pipe, move materials, position equipment and do countless other lifting and pulling jobs.
EnerMech announced the tie up with Minnesota-based Thern at Offshore Europe in Aberdeen during a visit by Thern vice president Chris Baudhin and sales directors Scott Thelen and Martin Van Loo.
EnerMech is now able to serve offshore oil Iindustry customers worldwide with a variety of air winches produced by Thern that are readily available through the EnerMech network for immediate sale or rental.
Chris Baudhuin said: “This new affiliation with EnerMech makes Thern air winches readily available through the EnerMech network and mean we can better service oil and gas customers’ needs globally.”
EnerMech director of Cranes & Lifting, John Morrison, said: “The Thern relationship fits EnerMech’s strategy of affiliating with high quality equipment manufacturers.”