Energy services firm ICR Integrity has struck a deal worth almost a million pounds with a leading pump manufacturer.
It’s expected to be worth around £900,000 over three years and covers oil and gas, oil refinery, petrochemical and water treatment services industries in the UK.
ICR’s Chemical Injection business (CIU) provides pneumatic and electric drive chemical injection pump services and has one of the largest rental fleets in Europe.
The pipeline and structural maintenance firm has operations in Bridge of Don in Aberdeen as well as bases in Kendal, Stavanger, Abu Dhabi and Perth, Australia.
Neil Birnie, key account manager – CIU at ICR, said: “This agreement will play a significant part in the continued growth of the CIU business within ICR. We have an extensive track record, particularly in the North Sea and Europe, and the addition of the Authorised Service Centre agreement with Milton Roy will allow us to expand our offering to both new and existing clients.”
Milton Roy, a brand of Ingersoll Rand, has fabricated controlled-volume metering pumps for the past 85-years.
Its equipment controls fluids ranging from water to high viscosity polymers, corrosive or abrasive chemicals, toxic substances and other difficult pumping elements.
Maryam Baldwin, business development manager UK and Northern Europe at Milton Roy, said: “With years of expertise, ICR will provide aftermarket services on Milton Roy equipment when and where you need it, in even the most challenging environments. This will ensure a cost-effective and prompt response when our clients need support on any maintenance or installation supervision for Milton Roy products.”