Amarinth Secures Further Order of Sump Pumps for the Umm Shaif Super Complex
Amarinth has secured a further order through its agent NAMA for USD 600K of API 610 VS4 pumps destined for the offshore Umm Shaif Super Complex operated by ADNOC in the UAE.
Amarinth engineers undertaking API 610 VS4 pump assembly (Image: Amarinth)
This new USD 600K order is for eight vertical API 610 VS4 drain sump pumps manufactured in either stainless steel or super duplex depending on duty. The pumps will be deployed at the ADNOC offshore Umm Shaif Super Complex (USSC) in the Arbian Gulf. The USSC project involves the expansion of the existing oil network and increasing gas supply.
Amarinth has worked with NAMA for over two decades and successfully delivered against many high-profile projects. Following the recently introduced In-Country Value (ICV) program by ADNOC for its suppliers, a procurement-led initiative to boost ADNOC’s ICV contribution by focusing on local supplier selection and development, the close partnership between Amarinth and NAMA delivers a high ICV, meeting ADNOC’s aims and objectives.
Oliver Brigginshaw, Managing Director of Amarinth, commented: “We are delighted with this new order through NAMA for this significant project and in particular the recognition by ADNOC that together we are able to deliver against the commendable aims of its In-Country Value program for the UAE.”
Source: Amarinth Ltd.