mltech celebrates successful string of international contract wins
Source: think , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Mon June 12, 2017 12:07 pm

 
INTERNATIONAL. Specialist pipework set-up and measurement software developer, mltech, is celebrating the completion of several contract wins, totalling six figures, for the provision of its pioneering automet™ technology and the associated training.

Automet enables direct transfer of design information from plant design systems, which can then be compared with survey data to give fast and accurate certificates of conformity. It also allows a reliable, safe and cost effective way of replacing existing - or installing new - pipe and steelwork by removing the requirement for hot work.

Earlier this year mltech completed its first training contract in pipe spool surveying and dimensional control for engineering company, Ocean Kinetics at its Lerwick facility.
Building on this success, the firm has also provided training to north east firm Forsyths Ltd’s pipework surveyor to enhance its staff’s skills for fixing and reporting interface survey on preassembled skid units - ultimately increasing Forsyths’ survey capability.

On an international level, mltech’s new clients include SDL Nobel, one of the largest steel fabricators in Baku, Azerbaijan, for which the team provided training for the pipe spool measurement within the fabrication process to workshop personnel over a five-day period.

US-based Becht Engineering tripled the amount of automet software licences held with mltech whilst key personnel within IKM Mekaniske in Norway also received training for pipe spool measurement, and the company signed a further hire contract with mltech. DEE Development Engineers, based across India and Thailand, also added a new licence to their pool of automet licenses.

Mike Lloyd, managing director of mltech, said: “It’s been a successful first half of the year for mltech on both a local and international level. We’re delighted to have secured clients around the world and build on our training offering, which is a key component for the success of any company.
 
“The varied scope and location of these achievements also underpin our view that, regardless of whereabouts, time and cost savings are at the forefront of effective solutions of the energy industry.”
 
Andrew Townsley, Operations Director at SDL Nobel, said: “We were incredibly satisfied with the level of service provided by mltech during the five-day training course. We place huge importance on the constant upskilling of our workforce and always seek quality training providers to support our efforts in this.

“Working with mltech has greatly enhanced our working relationships with clients as we’ve further demonstrated the company’s commitment to continually enhancing the quality of the fabrications we produce.”

Photo caption: Mike Lloyd, manager director of mltech

About mltech
Established in 1998, mltech provides ground-breaking industrial measurement software, developing dimensional survey techniques and solutions including methods for piping systems, pipe spool fabrication, large tubular layout and more.
Operating from its headquarters in Aberdeen, the company provides solutions across the oil and gas, nuclear, utilities and manufacturing industries around the world.

For more information, please visit http://mltech.co.uk/

Issued on behalf of mltech by think

 

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