Swire Oilfield Services, the leading global supplier of cargo carrying solutions, modular systems, offshore aviation services and fluid management, announced the launch of a unique inspection, maintenance and testing solutions (IMT) service in Australia.
Based on its highly credentialed and independent NATA accreditation, Swire Oilfield Services extends its network and expertise to offer inspection, testing, NDT and repair solutions for equipment, tools, lifting units and slings to serve its clients’ needs, providing full oversight and saving them time and money.
Commenting on the new offering, James Parsons, general manager, Australasia for Swire Oilfield Services, said the IMT service has been especially structured for the industry by experts within the field and addresses compliance management supported by a simple web based management system.
“Customers will be able to either oversee or actively manage and control the certification and maintenance requirements of their assets and equipment and have all regulatory inspections and testing completed all by one provider.”
The company is confident this service can effectively streamline its clients operations. Parsons continued: “Customers will have unparalleled, up-to-the-minute visibility of the certification and maintenance requirements of both rented and owned assets across its operating segments.”
Responsible for thousands of cargo carrying units throughout Australasia, Swire Oilfield Services believes it can provide significant value by extending its own core competencies to its client base. This service is an immense opportunity for the company to extend its business, providing quality and trusted services to clients, increasing their efficiency and productivity on leased and owned equipment. Of prime importance, clients are able to minimize down time, whilst maximizing fleet use and additionally reduce compliance risk, consolidate and better manage costs and reduce administrative burden.
“Through our consultative approach working closely with our clients, we have found that many have reduced visibility of their maintenance and certification requirements and have difficulty in proactively managing the costs and processes required to keep a large array of equipment up to the regulatory standard for both owned and rented equipment.
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