John Crane bags five-year contract with Shell Jurong Island

John Crane, a global leader in engineered technology, has bagged a five-year contract covering management of wet seal inventory, technical support and the placement of engineers on-site at Shell Jurong Island in Singapore.

In a statement today, the company said the contract was in addition to the five-year global Enterprise Framework Agreement (EFA) the company signed with Shell in 2013.

Global End-User Sales and Service Organisation Vice-President, John Donatiello, said the company's engineers will provide the expertise and service needed to maintain the superior performance of seal components, critical to their operations.

"We are also pleased to continue growing our presence in Southeast Asia, a region experiencing one of the fastest energy production growth rates in the industry," he added.

John Crane supplies engineered products and services to energy services customers and other major process industries.

It currently has 150 reliability engineers and technicians placed full-time at customer sites to maintain equipment, perform daily maintenance and provide technical expertise. – Bernama, April 9, 2014.


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