01.08.2013, 19:48

Global chemicals company recognises importance of tailored flexible services

Author: Fine Facilities Management

Dow Chemical Seal Sands awards mechanical, electrical and instrumentation maintenance contract to Fine Facilities Management.

Recognising that one size doesn’t fit all, Dow Chemical Seal Sands looked for a new maintenance services supplier that offered a high engineering and technical capability coupled with a flexible and fast response to their changing production requirements. And experience working in a top tier COMAH (Control of Major Accident Hazards) environment.

Having provided electrical and instrumentation installation support over the past 18 months, Asset Maintenance Management specialists Fine Facilities Management Ltd have been awarded a contract by Dow Chemical Seal Sands to provide full mechanical, electrical and instrumentation maintenance services for their Seal Sands facility.

“This is a very important contract for us,” says Tim Robson, Director & GM of Fine Facilities Management Ltd, “we understood that trust between our companies had to be built over time and we can now demonstrate that we are dedicated to improving Dow Chemical Seal Sands maintenance strategies and asset performance.”

In addition to an onsite team of electrical and mechanical engineers, an operational support team made up of chartered engineers, project managers and productivity specialists will be on call to provide any specialist skills and knowledge required to attain and maintain the operational excellence Dow Chemical Seal Sands are looking for.

Mark Devaney says ‘I have been impressed by the level of service provided by Fine Facilities Management in terms of project and divestment support. The level of technical knowledge displayed, coupled with their flexibility and agility is key in our ever changing business environment. For these reasons I see them as a perfect strategic fit for our ongoing maintenance and reliability program at Seal Sands’. 

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