EnerMech scales up Technical Team with Valve Experts

Integrated options specialist, EnerMech, has bolstered its technical capabilities by appointing a brand new valve operations manager and three subject material specialists to its team. The news comes following the company’s announcement of a profitable first quarter, reporting 71% higher revenue yr on year, from current client work and new tasks.
The new hires improve and strengthen EnerMech’s existing maintenance and engineering expertise throughout a broad range of industries. Joining the company’s resources are, Alan Venters (operations supervisor, valves), John Anthony (subject matter skilled, valves), Peter Rhodes (subject matter professional, process) and Steven Wallace (subject matter professional, on-site machining services).
EnerMech’s regional director for Europe, Carl Mook, stated: “Our personnel have delivered an exceptional performance all through Q1 supporting the enterprise as it continues to be the contractor of choice. As we grow, so does our distinctive depth of technically expert individuals, further supporting our customer-driven method. Our new specialists convey a wealth of sectoral and client data to underpin this technique, ensuring we are able to scale up when needed.”
With a collective global trade expertise of 100 years, the four new hires will be part of the UK enterprise to support the delivery of niche individual services to totally extend the company’s built-in contracts, supporting new pre-commissioning, commissioning, maintenance and shut-down companies across new and current markets.
Alan Venters and John Anthony will enhance the company’s technical capability for giant scale valve management initiatives across multiple sectors similar to nuclear, infrastructure and waste-to-energy. Peter Rhodes, already the organisation’s ambassador for course of data, will help large scale onshore and offshore pre-commissioning contracts, whereas Steven Wallace will deliver specialist on-site machining options experience together with defect and remedial repairs to process techniques along with specialist on-site machining options and modifications.
Scott Ligertwood, head of process and industrial providers at EnerMech, mentioned: “Driven by experienced challenge managers, our success lies in our multiskilled group collaborating with our prospects to develop cost-effective, dependable, and secure options.
“The addition of Alan, John, Peter and Steven’s skilled knowledge could not have come at a better time as we glance to kick off a spread of tasks. These new appointments will enable us to continue supply of critical maintenance for ageing oil and fuel belongings, alongside the infrastructure related to clean renewable vitality and nuclear. Providing No problem of the best in service, I look forward to the following steps as we take on large-scale specialist packages alongside continued seasonal turnaround and shutdown work.”
Operating in 26 nations, final yr EnerMech secured more than half-a-billion pounds of new enterprise globally and invested (USD) $30m in new commissioning and pre-commissioning associated gear.
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