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Company Wins Contracts Worth Over £1 Million

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Aberdeen-based oil and gas service company Centrifuges Un-Limited has secured new business worth in excess of £1 million since the beginning of the year.

The news represents 33% growth on the previous year, with around three quarters of the work coming from overseas markets including West Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Norway.

The surge in demand for the company’s portfolio of products and services has prompted an ongoing recruitment drive to employ new members of staff to augment the team, primarily in sales and operational roles.

Key to recent growth has been the company’s focus on the mechanical separation division which specialises in fluid cleaning solutions for diesel fuel management, oily water separation for platform decommissioning, rig drains treatment, pipeline cleaning, well testing activities and well completions. 

Additional strength has come from a collaborative agreement with Kelvion Limited (formally GEA Ecoflex) in the delivery of innovative technologies from Centrifuges Un-Limited’s heat transfer division such as SuperCul ® and AutoCul®. Recently, this part of the business has seen real advancement in mud cooling technologies with new, generation four designs fully tested and operational.

Commenting on the company’s recent success, Centrifuges Un-Limited Managing Director Jim Shiach said: “We have positioned ourselves as the partner of choice when it comes to mechanical separation and mud cooling.

“This has been through offering innovative solutions to industry problems and a continued focus on development will stand us and, consequently, our clients in good stead as we look to the future with confidence and optimism.”

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