The contract, valued at approximately US $10 million, is the first of its type for WGENS in Kazakhstan, with procurement, contracts, inventory and logistics management being the primary contract services.
"With the award of this contract, KBM has recognized our ability to strengthen their existing supply processes, improve the existing service level and quality of purchased products, and leverage greater value for them in the global marketplace from their spend on goods and services," said Barry Hamblin, Wood Group's Supply Chain Manager. "Being a performance contract with incentivized returns, it will ensure that we are continually focused on enhancing the commercial effectiveness of the KBM supply chain, while evolving our WGENS supply chain in Republic of Kazakhstan. A springboard for escalation of our Wood Group business activities in this fast-evolving region, we are able to offer the full range of Group company services to KBM, through this simple, flexible contract."
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