Enerquip hires new staff at Aberdeen factory to meet £3.7m oil and gas plant contracts

Enerquip fully-rotational torque machines
Enerquip fully-rotational torque machines

Aberdeen-based EnerQuip – a global supplier of torque machinery for the oil and gas industry – has secured £3.7 million of new contracts from a number of major oilfield services companies in the US, EU and the Middle and Far East.

The company will design and manufacture 10 fully-rotational torque machines and five high-torque stroking machines for a range of clients who are either expanding into new locations or replacing aging equipment.

EnerQuip machines ensure the accurate, fast and reliable make-up and break-out of premium threaded connections saving time and reducing costs for clients.

To service these contracts, the company has hired four additional technicians based at its Aberdeen facility.

Barry Marshall, business development manager at EnerQuip, commented: “As our clients move into new locations, they need reliable, fit-for-purpose technologies with a dedicated team of experts behind them to ensure efficient operations.”

4 Jul 2018

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