IRM expands focus to UK and West Africa

IRMSDavid Obatolu (left) and Lee Dudbridge, a senior pipeline engineer. (Image Source: IRMS)IRM Systems (IRMS), the independent authority in emergency pipeline repairs, announced that it has opened its first office in Aberdeen

The new office is home to 'IRMS UKWA,' a new division dedicated to serving clients in the UK and West Africa.

IRMS UKWA general manager David Obatolu said, “Our clients in the UK and West Africa now have a much more effective frontline interaction with IRM Systems. With personnel based in the UK and West Africa who are familiar with the specific regulations, processes and policies in these regions, we are in a much better position to provide clients with the same – or higher - quality of service that they are used to.”

The company is focusing on Ghana, Nigeria and Angola, where projects will kick off this year. All basic services, including pipeline inspection, repair, maintenance and risk management are available. Plans are in place to introduce specialist services to clients in West Africa, which will provide them with a break-through solution to critical integrity and maintenance issues that are particularly serious in the region. This will be announced in Q2 2016.

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