Oil services company Subsea 7 has renewed a contract with Norwegian cranes and lifting operations specialist Westcon Løfteteknikk (WCL), adding 5 years to existing framework agreement.
Over the last three years the framework agreement has seen WCL provide operation of Subsea 7’s own pool of lifting equipment, expert inspection, as well as the sale and rental of lifting equipment.
“Subsea 7 is one of our largest customers and we look forward to taking on new tasks with good delivery precision and quality of our services,” WCL said in a press statement.
The Haugesund-based company was established in 1993 as a separate division of West Contractors, currently Westcon Yards and it employs some 115 workers.
“This award shows the recognition of our work carried out so far and it confirms that we have built a strong company that covers the total demand within the lifting equipment,” explained Karl Johan Jentoft, WCL’s managing director.
Subsea World News Staff