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ROSEN secures contract for Pan Malaysia ILI

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ROSEN Group, a global supplier of leading technology for pipeline integrity management has won three packages for the five years Pan Malaysia for pipeline in-line inspection services for PETRONAS Group of Companies and petroleum arrangement contractor (PACs) (Pan Malaysia ILI) contract.

ROSEN secures contract for Pan Malaysia ILI

The contract includes ROSEN Group in Malaysia via H. Rosen Engineering Sdn Bhd with approximately 200 pipelines for inspection in the five years with diameters ranging from 4 - 48 in. The contract covers nationwide and cross-country pipelines with Thailand and Singapore.

“As a locally based company, we have the edge of having superior resources – from facilities to manpower, we are capable of providing the best services at any time. Our state-of-the-art technologies and service level deployed efficiently worldwide make it equally accessible to all Pan Malaysia ILI contract user,” said Nija Amri Jemari, Director of Business Execution for ROSEN Group in Malaysia.

Business Execution Manager, Mazlan Md. Ramly added, “ROSEN always be a good partner with PETRONAS and all PACs supporting their pipeline integrity management system. With our experience working together for almost 30 years, I believed we can achieve the objective of Pan Malaysia ILI, to ensure such assets continue to be operated safely under current and future demands.”

This contract will be utilising magnetic flux leakages (MFL) and ultrasonic (UT) as the main technology for the inspection. Nevertheless, it can be extended to other technology depending on the needs and case to case basis.

ROSEN Kuala Lumpur is the headquarters for ROSEN Asia Pacific, with a success record of completing inspection projects over 100 000 km of pipeline in most countries in the region.

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