RMEC expands Aberdeen facility

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – RMEC has completed expanding its onshore equipment and storage facilities.

The yard, 50 mi (80 km) outside of Aberdeen, has grown by 2,000 sq m (21,528 sq ft) to reach a total size of 3,300 sq m (35,521 sq ft).

The new space will be used for storage and upkeep on well service equipment such as pumps, pressure control hardware, valves, and wireline units.

“As the oil and gas industry takes stock and looks for ways to make cost efficiencies, we’re experiencing an increase in demand for our rental fleet,” said Bryan Fagan, RMEC managing director. “Companies are seeing it as a more feasible way to work by reducing their equipment buying outlay costs as well as negating the need for long term storage space at their own premises.”


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