French supermajor Total has awarded Aberdeen based EnerMech a new three-year contract believed to be worth a seven figure sum.
The energy service company will provide operation and maintenance of 19 gantry cranes as well as 10 pedestal cranes, as outlined in a previous agreement.
The contract, which has two one-year extension options, covers a range of Total’s UK assets and is believed to be worth a seven figure sum.
EnerMech Regional Director for Europe, Phil Bentley, said: “This new contract with Total E&P UK cements a long-standing relationship and is strategically important for the growth of our mechanical handing services business line.”
Formed in April 2008, EnerMech is an established provider of mechanical engineering services to the international energy industry.
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