Fulkrum has announced a series of key contract wins across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. This has resulted in exponential regional growth, significantly increasing revenues while doubling in size from this same time in 2022.
With offices in Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia, Fulkrum’s APAC team have won inspection contracts for several key Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO) projects to support developments in Australia, Brazil, Guyana and Angola. The most recent contract wins will see Fulkrum provide inspection during the global procurement and yard integration for these FPSOs.
They have also seen continued success in Australia, being awarded two major inspection contracts for Subsea Umbilical Riser and Flowline (SURF) projects.
To support its continued growth, Fulkrum has welcomed a series of new hires including the appointment of Vittal Krisna as the New Business Development Manager for Asia Pacific. Bringing 13 years of experience in various sales and leadership roles, Vittal joins Fulkrum from a global inspection and NDT company in Malaysia to spearhead Fulkrum’s business development activities and will be a key player in the company’s continued growth and success in the region. Focused on supporting long-term projects and developing the region’s local talent, the APAC team has also hired a number of new Coordinators to uphold its reputation of providing leading inspection, auditing, expediting and technical staffing services to its clients.
Ryan Tandy, Regional Manager for APAC said: “The growth we’ve seen over the past 12 months is a reflection of the team's efforts in delivering best in class inspection and coordination to our clients. We are thrilled that this approach has led to us securing new contracts and will continue to expand our talented team, ensuring that we uphold the same levels of service going forward.”
Read the article online at: https://www.tanksterminals.com/special-reports/19092023/fulkrum-win-inspection-contracts-for-fpso-projects/
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