Vakarų vamzdynų sistemos: returning customers, favourable outlook for the future
High quality work done on time does not go unnoticed. The successful implementation of the vapor recovery unit project for a strategically important customer, Carbovac, a French company providing engineering solutions, opens up new opportunities to Vakarų vamzdynų sistemos: the customers that come back with a new project and favourable prospects for further cooperation.
Vilius Bazaras, the Marketing Manager of Vakarų vamzdynų sistemos, is happy with the success of the implemented project, the returning customers and the outlook of further cooperation. “The customer of the project was satisfied with the work done and with our company’s flexibility. We are proud of this acclaim of our work. Upon successful implementation of the second project, scheduled for launch in the beginning of June this year, we have every opportunity to sign a long-term agreement and become the general contractor for Carbovac on the European market. This is an important strategic step both for us as and for the entire Group. We will make every effort order to sign the agreement and to meet the expectations that the customer may have. I am convinced that based on these ongoing projects we are creating a new individual portfolio of orders related to the oil and gas extraction industry,” V. Bazaras said as he shared future prospects.
The negotiations concerning the first order have been in progress since the end of 2017, and the beginning of the current year saw the kick-off of the production of the fuel vapor unit. In cooperation with other BLRT Group companies, such as Baltic Premator Klaipėda, Era, Western Baltic Engineering and Marketexs Offshore Constructions, the project was implemented within five months.
The vapor recovery unit is designed for storage facilities of fuel terminals that cleans up harmful vapor generated when reloading or transporting fuel. The vapor generated is purified within the unit, which absorbs contaminated chemical compounds in the respective containers. The cleaned vapor is released into the atmosphere.