With a full order book and continuing growth Amarinth have announced key new appointments and expansion to the company. Amarinth focus on the Malaysian Oil and Gas markets and release new technical bulletins to highlight some of the key changes from API 610 10th edition to 11th
The world economy may only be showing a few green shoots of recovery, but we have all been working feverishly at Amarinth over the past six months on a very full order book and this is set to continue for the next six months. Since the last newsletter we have had some interesting projects come to us from different areas of the world, further expanding our global footprint, which you will hear more about in due course.
To cope with the demands of the business we have made a number of new appointments and we are currently expanding our office facilities to allow further expansion of the business.
Following the signing of our Petronas agreement last year we are now focusing on the Malaysian Oil and Gas market in 2012 and aim to see this part of our business expand in the same way as that in the Middle East.
We have expanded our Board of Directors with the appointment of Alex Brigginshaw as Business Development Director, accompanied by two internal promotions. Alex will be responsible for driving the continued growth and success of Amarinth by focusing on new markets and developing new products.
At the same time Chris Ryan has been appointed as Sales Director, Kevin Gray as Operations Director, and Steve Buckley becomes our Marketing Director.
API 610 recently changed from 10th to 11th edition. This brought in a number of changes that impact us as pump manufacturers, but more importantly impacts you as pump customers. We’ve decided to release a number of articles detailing the changes and assessing the impact on both parties. This newsletter will highlight issues relating to curve regions (preferred operating, recommended, and allowable operating regions) which in our experience can lead to some confusion and ultimately a more expensive pump selection. To help clarify things we have developed a short white paper on this subject that will be particularly useful when selecting pumps.
Last year saw an unwelcome increase in leadtimes on pumps across the industry with a large number of projects placed in a short period of time. Although we were able to mitigate some of these delays, the crux of the issue was foundry capacity around the world, over which we had little control. We are pleased to see that capacity at the foundries is increasing again and we are once again able to offer pumps on the leadtimes our customers have previously enjoyed and which for bespoke pumps remain the shortest in the industry. There are still some leadtime issues with the procurement of bespoke Seal Support systems, so contact us for a realistic leadtime for your enquiries.
For more details on current lead times for our pumps & seal support systems call us on +44 (0)1394 462 120 or e-mail us at email@example.com
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