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EnerMech secures important Norwegian defence contract

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Engineering services specialist, EnerMech, has been awarded a strategic cranes and lifting contract by the Norwegian Defence Estate Agency (NDEA).

NDEA is responsible for all Norwegian Armed Forces properties and its portfolio comprises of more than 12 000 facilities spread over 4.1 million m2.

The three-year contract, with an extra one year option, marks EnerMech’s first success out with the Norwegian offshore oil and gas sector which traditionally accounts for the bulk of its business.

EnerMech will provide expertise and manpower for the service and maintenance of all cranes and lifting equipment located throughout the NDEA estate.

Trond Møller, EnerMech general manager for Norway, said:

“Our reputation has been built in the oil and energy offshore market and we are pleased that our long standing pedigree is being recognised with the award of this prestigious contract.

“It is widely accepted the offshore industry in Norway and abroad is facing challenging times and this contract provides an important bridge for EnerMech to diversify in the onshore and defence sectors.”

EnerMech is a major provider of integrated services to the energy sector and has three Norwegian bases in Stavanger, Bergen and Hammerfest. In addition to cranes and lifting, the company also specialises in other areas including valves, hydraulics, pipeline and process service and industrial services.

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