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Bilfinger secures three-year contract with Abu Dhabi Transco

Bilfinger will perform inspection and ensure that the equipment is in excellent condition

Germany-based engineering services provider Bilfinger has said it has signed a three-year blanket agreement with Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch Company (Transco) for the maintenance of sodium hypochlorite plants at its pumping stations across the emirate.

According to a statement form the company, the multimillion-dollar contract, secured till 2022, will involve routine maintenance, equipment repair, replacement and new equipment installation of sodium hypochlorite plants, which includes generation system and dosing system from process water inlet up to injection points across Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Northern and Western Region.

On winning the contract, Jon Rokk, president and CEO for Bilfinger Middle East said: “We are extremely confident in the value that we provide through our maintenance contracts. In fact, our contracts are tailor-made to our client’s needs while upholding the highest standards of safety, ensuring increase in their plants’ reliability and optimizing the maintenance costs throughout the plants lifecycle.”

Meanwhile, Christopher Barker, the managing director of Bilfinger Deutsche Babcock Emirates, said: “We are delighted and thankful to Transco for their continued trust in our services. This agreement is a leap forward in our affiliation and we only see more optimistic opportunities ahead.”

“As a major player in the engineering and industrial services sector with nearly half a century presence in the UAE, Bilfinger is committed to offer cost-effective solutions, that boosts the efficiency of assets and ensures a high level of availability and cuts maintenance costs. It is a promise that the company lives by.”

“In order to achieve full capacity output, Bilfinger will perform inspection, based on which corrective maintenance (repair/ replacement) will be implemented by supplying required equipment and performing the required services,” he concluded.

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