This major turnaround is carried out every six years, and involves thorough and detailed inspection and maintenance works. Total costs of the turnaround for SABIC are approximately 80 million euro, including lost production. “It’s a huge operation”, says Jacques Kemp, Project & Turnaround Manager of SABIC in Geleen. “We’re talking about 310,000 man-hours of work in a three-week period involving 80 contractors, with around 2,000 people working each day. Of that total, 500 are from Stork.
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Stork, a global asset integrity management services provider for the Chemical, Oil & Gas and Power industries, announced today that it has acquired substantially all of the assets and existing business of Ultrasound (New Zealand) Ltd, a New Zealand company specializing in non destructive testing (NDT) and inspection services.
Stork extends contract at DuPont Dordrecht18 Feb 2011
Stork acquires Cetus B.V. Moerdijk20 Jan 2011
Stork Holding B.V. has acquired all the shares of Cetus B.V. in Moerdijk, the Netherlands, from Gielissen Holding Veldhoven B.V. as of 1st January 2011. Cetus is a company active in the maintenance, repair and modification of high technology systems specifically including 24/7 service packages for the market in boiler services, primarily in the western part of the Netherlands.