Cape Middle East awarded $13m contracts for insulation services on Jubail Export Refinery
4 April 2011
Cape’s Middle East business has further expanded its relationship with important customers in the Middle East, Sinopec E&C Middle East Co. Ltd. and Nasser S Al Hajri Corporation, winning multiple insulation services contracts in support of the Jubail Export Refinery construction project in Saudi Arabia, with a combined value of approximately $13,000,000.
The Jubail Export Refinery, a Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemical Co. joint venture, will supply the demand for transportation fuels and petrochemicals in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
The contracts build on Cape’s existing relationship with Sinopec and Nasser S Al Hajiri, having delivered high quality services on time and on budget for previous projects, on the Kayan site in Saudi Arabia, for both customers.
Michael Dismore, Operations Director Northern Gulf
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Cape plc (www.capeplc.com <http:/www.capeplc.com/> ), which is listed on AIM (CIU), provides a range of non-mechanical industrial services including access systems, insulation, painting, coatings, blasting, industrial cleaning, training and assessment to both industrial plant operators and major international engineering and construction companies.As a single source provider Cape is able to provide a range of specialist multi-disciplinary services specifically tailored to meet the needs of the client providing the most intelligent and cost efficient solutions for our customers non-mechanical in-plant maintenance and capital needs.
In the year ended 31 December 2010, Cape reported revenues of £650.0million. With scale and leading market positions across its international footprint Cape employs over 18,000 people in 28 countries.