The agreements are for crane administration companies with two oil and gasoline operators over intervals of 1 and five years. It covers 73 cranes on plenty of staffed and usually un-staffed installations throughout the North Sea, together with within the southern area. Chief officer Stewart Mitchell mentioned: “These contract renewals are vital to our enterprise as they show that our purchasers proceed to see the lengthy-time period worth in our operations.
“Cranes are a significant part throughout the manufacturing and decommissioning phases of an area and as exercise continues to extend it’s crucial that crucial tools are appropriately maintained to make sure integrity and security in any respect levels of the lifecycle. “We’ve got been working within the North Sea for greater than 44 years so have a unique breadth and depth of expertise. “We’re the one contractor with the potential to take care of and function the complete spectrum of cranes put in within the UKCS – from first technology to the newest fashions.
“The continued success of our enterprise is a testimony to our expert individuals who proceed to ship a top quality service.” Sparrows, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, employs greater than 400 offshore staff within the UK North Sea.