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Uganda Contract Marks Important First For Enerquip

Uganda Contract Marks Important First For Enerquip


An Aberdeen-based company which specialises in the manufacture of torque machines has marked a significant landmark by securing its first ever contract to supply equipment to Uganda.

Building on a successful end to 2021 which included securing $2 million of deals, Enerquip has further strengthened its export credentials by securing a $500,000 scope of work to supply an existing customer in a new location with a containerised make-up and breakout unit.

It is expected that the contract will not only secure jobs at Enerquip’s Aberdeen and Caithness premises, but also accelerate an ongoing recruitment drive which particularly seeks technical engineering and design personnel to help fulfil an already healthy 2022 order book.

Commenting on the news, Enerquip global sales and business development manager Darren Bragg said:

“Given that around 95% of our revenues come from export markets, it is imperative that we continue to expand our corporate horizons in ways which ensure diversified income streams in new regional markets.

“In working with an existing customer in a new territory, we are delighted to be able to foster client relationships in a mutually beneficial way which enables us to support clients on their growth trajectory whilst exploring new possibilities for Enerquip. 

“We hope that delivering this first project into the fledgling Ugandan marketplace will provide us with a vital springboard to explore further opportunities in country as the industry develops and in the wider East Africa region.”

Enerquip was founded in 2015 and is a market-leading specialist in the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of torque machines and associated products, including bucking units and fully rotational makeup and breakout torque machines which can be adapted to suit any application. A highly skilled team with combined experience of more than 100 years delivers 24/7, 365 support and works with a growing client base in Africa, North and South America, Canada, Europe, Far East, Australia, Middle East and Russia.

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Published: 21-02-2022

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