Ellon firm expanding

SengS investment rewarded with orders

Murray KerrA north-east engineering firm is bucking the wider oil and gas industry trend after announcing a further £250,000 investment in its facilities.

SengS has invested more than £3.5 million over the past two years in expanding its Ellon premises by more than 50% to just under 10,000 sq ft.

This latest outlay will be spent on a 60ft test rig and water test tank and the company has already received additional work orders as a result of these enhanced capabilities. These include a minimum 12-month testing project in the Mediterranean Sea for a global pipe firm which will secure at least four technician jobs at SengS.

Murray Kerr (pictured), founder and managing director of SengS, said: “Our ambition is for SengS to become leaders in pressure and temperature testing and, with this latest investment in the company’s testing capability, we are getting ever closer towards this goal.

“We’re reaping the benefits of our forward-thinking approach as we continue to secure larger, more complex projects.”

Established in 2012, SengS has successfully delivered more than 400 projects across multiple disciplines for clients in the North Sea, Scandinavia, the Middle East and North Africa. The company currently employs 17.

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