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MaxGrip and Shell renew framework agreement on Asset Performance & Integrity Management

Shell and MaxGrip have renewed their EnterPrise FrameWork agreement with another 3 years. The new agreement also explicitly includes the provision of support on Shell Asset Management IT systems – a further recognition of MaxGrip’s expertise. MaxGrip is one of the few companies who have been awarded with this prestigious agreement. The contract is a recognition of the long-standing relationship between the two companies, dating back for more than 12 years.  MaxGrip continues to  support Shell around the world with the provision of Asset Performance Management, Integrity Services, Business Improvement and Software Development.

MaxGrip continuous to support the improvements initiatives in the Upstream and Downstream activities of Shell. The services range from local support for reliability and maintenance engineering departments to the global deployment of new processes and systems. MaxGrip adds project management skills, engineering expertise and deep knowledge of asset performance, processes, EAM systems and data management to Shell’s business.

‘With our knowledge of the imperative high quality standards of Shell and the way Shell operates, we are able to connect the dots between the business objectives, people, processes and IT. This has always allowed us to accelerate project delivery’, according to Mark Mulder, Vice President Oil & Gas at MaxGrip. ‘The renewal of this Framework Agreement is an important step up in our relationship with Shell. It shows that Shell values our company for our contribution to Shell’s ambition to be one of the most safe and reliable Oil & Gas companies in the world – Upstream and Downstream.”

 

MaxGrip operates out of its headquarters in Utrecht, The Netherlands, and their offices in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Miri and Houston to support Shell projects around the world.