Engineering and services company, SengS, has secured £1.2million of work in the last six weeks.
The Ellon-based firm has been contracted by a number of top-tier firms to test and assemble subsea components. It has also won contracts from several other clients for pressure and environment testing.
The contracts utilise SengS’ engineering, design and consultancy works, as well as its manufacturing capabilities.
This announcement marks the latest in a series of successes for the firm, which recently won two six-figure contracts for the long-term hiring of equipment. It also doubled the size of its workshop, providing new test and assembly areas to meet growing demand, and launched an Orbital and Autogenous Welding division, expanding its service offering.
SengS Managing Director, Murray Kerr, said: “We’ve had quite a substantial growth period over the last three years. We basically came from nothing to get to where we are, and the aim now is just to build on that.
“In our early stages we were limited to just consultancy work, but now that we’ve moved into our new testing facility, which has already expanded with different divisions, we can offer a much wider range of services.
“In doing that, we’ve managed to attract additional clients who, at the beginning, we never thought we’d be able to. We’ve opened up our growth potential quite dramatically and it seems to be working.”
In recent months Murray has won a number of accolades, including the Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year category for Scotland in the EY UK Entrepreneur of the Year competition, and Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year at the Elevator Awards 2015.
SengS is an independent engineering and services company, which provides engineering, testing, control and hydraulic systems and tooling to the energy industry.
To learn more about how SengS can assist your business, please contact Murray Kerr on +44 (0) 1358 720854, email email@example.com or visit www.sengs.org.uk.
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