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Edison Chouest Offshore Buys Service Support and Maintenance Services from PEMA

Edison Chouest Offshore Buys Service Support and Maintenance Services from PEMA

Pemamek Oy Ltd and Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) agreed on an annual service support package to ensure continuous, optimal utilisation of PEMA panel lines, robotic welding stations, and welding portals at four of ECO’s U.S. shipyards.

Pemamek Oy Ltd and Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO), a major U.S. offshore marine transportation corporation, have agreed on an annual service support package to ensure continuous, optimal utilisation of PEMA panel lines, robotic welding stations, and welding portals at four of ECO’s U.S. shipyards. The yards under contract are North American Shipbuilding in Larose, LA; Gulfship in Gulfport, MS; LA Ship in Houma, LA; and Tampa Ship in Tampa, FL.

The service support package consists of software support, maintenance services, and spare part services. Support services for software products include software support, technical support, knowledge network management, equipment register, and follow-up inspections.

Scheduled Maintenance work and service inspections of all PEMA products at ECO’s facilities will be carried out on machine-specified maintenance program twice a year for each shipyard and for each PEMA machine section. The work covers inspection and adjustment of mechanical, pneumatically-operated and electrically-operated equipment as well as inspection of electrical and mechanical safety equipment.

The agreement also covers availability, logistics and stocking of genuine, high-quality spare and wear parts.

Founded in 1960, the Edison Chouest Offshore family of companies now represents the most diverse and dynamic marine transportation operation in the world. ECO owns and operates a growing fleet of new generation offshore service vessels supporting a vast majority of the U.S. Gulf deepwater market. The organisation’s in-house design and shipbuilding capabilities have made it unique in the offshore boat service industry. Today, ECO runs five modern shipyards in the U.S. and one in Brazil.