Proserv in Great Yarmouth working in Brazil to provide nine subsea control systems
Engineers employed by Proserv in Great Yarmouth will be working in Brazil to finish work on the first phase of the firm’s biggest ever contract. The £25m project to provide nine subsea control systems for deepwater well projects in Brazil has been carried out by staff at Proserv’s bases on Gapton Hall industrial estate. The company, which has a £300m turnover, operating through 29 operating centres in 11 countries, is also currently implementing another multi-million pound contract to supply 13 control modules for a project in the Gulf of Mexico.
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