Tube Tech is a heat exchanger cleaning and inspection specialist, whilst Manoir is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and supply of centrifugal casting tubes and steel casting components.
Working with both new projects and existing clients, the partnership will enable both parties to design and deliver tailored solutions for refurbishment and upgrades with a guaranteed performance increase to its shared global client base.
In the statement, Tube Tech also claims that the alliance will focus on the collaborative delivery of the company’s Fired Heater Convection Bank Cleaning Robot, under the partnership umbrella of TTM.
The CEO of Tube Tech International, Mike Watson, said: “TTM is an exciting venture for Tube Tech, and for the industry. We look forward to developing further innovations with Manoir Industries and our joint allies to introduce an unsurpassed product and cleaning service support package to all global petrochemical plants such as ethylene, ammonia, syngas, hydrogen, and methanol.”
Hugues Chasselin, Senior VP Technical Support & Projects from Manoir, added: “This partnership with Tube Tech International is another tool in our service box and will contribute to enhancing our customer-focused technical support and services, complementing our portfolio of supply.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/product-news/13122017/tube-tech-announces-joint-venture-with-manoir/
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