Oil and gas and marine services company OEM Group has won a two-year fleet service contract worth up to £1 million ($1.3 million) with energy services company, Go Marine.
OEM Group said on Monday that the scope of the work under the global technical support and services agreement will see OEM solely carry out the procurement of engine spare parts, electrical components, and systems, as well as providing personnel, project management and maintenance to support work across the different vessel types and regions Go Marine operates in around the world.
Go Marine’s assets include ROV and dive support vessels, barges, offshore firefighting craft as well as a flotel, and operates in regions such as Asia Pacific, West Africa, Gulf of Mexico, and the North Sea.
OEM Group founder and managing director, Barry Park, said: “The company has been an existing supplier to Go Marine over the past 12 months.
“At a time when the market conditions are extremely tough, and reliance is paramount, being awarded this contract demonstrates the confidence Go Marine has in OEM Group to ensure their vessels’ engines remain operational all over the world.”
Park added that the company looks forward to furthering its cooperation with Go Marine as well as continuing with the company’s own global growth and expansion plans.
Go Marine Group founder and CEO, Garrick Stanley, said: “Having OEM Group on board as our engineering service provider for our vessels has streamlined the planned maintenance systems on our vessels maximizing uptime and service delivery to our clients whilst reducing overall servicing costs.”
He added that OEM has the ability to react and get Go Marine’s vessels back up and running in the shortest timeframe possible in the event of unforeseen failure globally.
As part of its expansion strategy, the company recently restructured joining its three businesses – OEM Engine Services, OEM Fuel Services, and OEM Diesel – to form OEM Group. The company has 30 employees based in offices in the UK, Australia, and The United Arab Emirates.