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ICR partners with HJ Stauble in Trinidad

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The partnership will specifically focus on pipeline and pipework repairs, structural maintenance, as well as integrity monitoring and chemical injection solutions. ICR has an extensive global network supporting international operations and by working closely with HJ Stauble the company will continue expand its global footprint delivering first class services around the world.

ICR’s CEO Bill Bayliss commented “We see a lot of growth potential in the Trinidad & Tobago market. We already have a very strong working relationship within HJ Stauble and look forward to strengthening this further as we continue to grow our business in the region with their dedicated help, support and local knowledge.”

Ian Stauble of HJ Stauble added: We are really pleased to welcome ICR to the region and look forward to working with the team to increase their operations, enhance the local supply chain and support the growth and development of the energy industry in Trinidad & Tobago.”

ICR has already seen significant interest in both Quickflange™ weldless connection technology and Technowrap™ engineered composite repair solutions in Trinidad and look set to secure the first scope of work very soon.

Technowrap is used to rehabilitate damaged pipework, pipelines and structural components. ICR also specialise in the repair of damaged and corroded deck areas using Technowrap DRS (Deck Rehabilitation System) which is a unique solution using rubber toughened epoxy to ensure the laminate withstands applied loads and impacts of the deck. ICR also support the engineered composite repair of caisson and risers through the use of Technowrap Splashzone™ which can be applied on wet surfaces, submerged environments and also in high humidity.

ICR’s patented Quickflange technology is a leading high performance permanent weldless flange to pipe connector, providing safe and cost-effective solutions while improving pipeline integrity and flow assurance.

As part of the partnership, ICR plan to train local Trinidad & Tobago personnel in the application of Technowrap and installation of Quickflange technologies. This combined with all equipment and materials being stored in Trinidad, allows ICR to deliver responsive solutions and the ability to operate safely at pace, meeting specific client needs in country.

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