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$2 Million Work and 8 new jobs for environmental management company

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Aberdeen-based Turnkey Environmental Management Services International Ltd (TEMS International) has secured work worth $2 million since the beginning of this year.

The firm won the work in a range of significant locations, including the Gulf of Mexico and Trinidad.  It has also successfully completed its first three-month contract in Malaysia, a key emerging marketplace for the ambitious business which was founded in 2017.

As well as adding positively to the balance sheet, the busy year has already led to the creation of eight new jobs to fulfil the requirements of a growing customer base which features contracts ranging in duration from three months to up to five years.

Particularly in demand is the company’s bespoke Environmental Drilling Performance Management which minimises environmental impact whilst achieving substantial cost savings for the operator. A turnkey approach enables environmental waste management and the containment of drilling fluids to be covered by a single plan, ultimately ensuring more effective and efficient drilling.

The recent busy spell has also seen an upturn in requirement for TEMS International’s Environmental Compliance Service offering which ensures that operators maintain or exceed legislative requirements thanks to daily analysis and the production of detailed reports.

Commenting on the success of 2019 so far, TEMS International Managing Director Bill Walkingshaw said: “We are delighted at the levels of business achieved during the year to date, and that this has led to new jobs across the team.

“Our growth plans are ambitious in terms of scale and geography and this tranche of work positions us well to continue expanding our corporate horizons and growing our global footprint.”

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