Global crane contracts give Aberdeen’s EnerMech an £85m revenue lift

John Morrison
John Morrison

EnerMech’s cranes and lifting division has benefited from a £85 million-plus uplift to its order book with a series of contract wins, extensions and renewals.

The Aberdeen-based mechanical engineering group has consolidated its position as a major international cranes services provider, strengthening its reputation in the Caspian region and extending its reach by winning new work in the Gulf States, Far East and the Caribbean.

A three-year deal to provide crane operation and maintenance services to Daewoo International E&P on the Shwe Gas field in the Bay of Bengal, marks EnerMech’s first long term contract award offshore Myanmar.

A major breakthrough has been made in Trinidad & Tobago where EnerMech have been awarded a crane operation and maintenance contract by an international operator and a new base has been established on the island from which EnerMech will offer all its service lines in line with their standard approach to entering a new market.

In the North Sea, Nexen Petroleum U.K. Limited have awarded EnerMech a five-year crane operation and maintenance contract covering the Buzzard, Scott and Golden Eagle platforms. 

Also in the North Sea, contracts first awarded to EnerMech 10 years ago by two major oil and gas operators have been renewed for a further three years and EnerMech will continue to provide crane maintenance, mechanic and operator crews, spare parts and equipment inspection services on a combined total of 11 platforms.

John Morrison, EnerMech’s international mechanical handling services director, said: “It has been an excellent 2016 to date for our cranes and lifting services division with key contracts renewed by major clients alongside winning work in new markets and extending our market share. This is quite an achievement in today’s competitive environment.

“Our long-held belief that clients want integrated services and not a stand-alone provision of one service line is paying off, and it is particularly relevant in the current market conditions where operators and contractors are demanding much more cost-effective methods of doing business.”

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