OEM Group and EnerMech Sign Global Cooperation Agreement
The agreement will see OEM supply EnerMech with crane engine services and upgrades and spare parts, as well as provide technical support including engineering and project management on a non-exclusive basis to EnerMech’s global client base.
Formed in 2012, Aberdeen-headquartered OEM is an international group of businesses offering a range of engine services, spare part procurement and fuel conditioning to safety-critical sectors. The firm has been working with EnerMech in the UK since 2016 and recently OEM and EnerMech signed a three-year agreement to provide a Qatar-based oil & gas company with engine field support services covering all diesel engines.
EnerMech operates across 40 global locations with a presence in the UK, Africa, the Americas, Australia, Asia, the Caspian region, the Middle East, and Norway.
OEM managing director, Barry Park, said: “Our team has successfully completed numerous ad-hoc campaigns for EnerMech in the UK and in other parts of the world to help ensure the crane engines under EnerMech’s control remain well maintained and operational.
“It is through the development of this close working relationship, as well as having reliable personnel with an ability to deliver exceptional work in each timeframe, that has contributed to us formalising this relationship further. We also have very strong supplier relationships which enables us to procure any necessary spare parts around the clock from anywhere in the world. We look forward to continuing our strong working relationship with EnerMech globally.”
EnerMech’s international mechanical handling services director, John Morrison, added: “We always look to collaborate with like-minded businesses where it can add value to our end-clients. The association with OEM Group has proven successful across a range of cranes and lifting projects and we are pleased to extend this relationship which offers benefits to both companies and to our clients.”
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