Motive Spooling and Inspection, part of the Motive Offshore Group, is expanding into new markets following strong growth.
The move into new markets comes after the company saw a successful first year, securing over £1m of contracts within the first six months of trading.
The Motive Spooling and Inspection team are now scaling up global operations. After significant investment developing business in Brazil, the company has a strong presence there and a long-term contract secured.
This year will also see the formation of a new working partnership with Bridon-Bekaert, enabling the global leader in the manufacture of wire rope solutions to expand their portfolio offering to include Motive’s wire rope inspection and installation services and expertise.
Motive Spooling and Inspection has made continued investment in its fleet and equipment along the way, with additions such as wire rope testing MRT equipment (capable of testing rope up to 122mm diameter); Non-Destructive Testing equipment; various air winches; a 60Te Traction Winch and a 350Te Spooler, Motive’s biggest spooler to date which has already completed its first job for a key client in the Middle East.
Ally Forbes, manager at Motive Spooling and Inspection, said: “2018 is going to be another exciting year for us. We are very happy to be forming a working partnership with Bridon-Bekaert, with whom we have a long-standing association and are looking forward to working together more closely.”
The management team at Motive Spooling and Inspection firmly believe in putting their people first. The investments made to shape the company carry throughout to every aspect, for example ensuring Offshore Technicians have good quality kit for going away and will have everything they need on a trip.
Ally Forbes continued: “By investing in continual training for our people we ensure they are the best at what they do. We are proud to have a great team here who work hard and can always be relied on to do a good job in representing Motive Spooling and Inspection. We are looking forward to welcoming additional experienced personnel this year as demand increases.”