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Ferguson expands in T&T
The Ferguson Group, one of the world leaders in offshore containers, and providing accommodation and workspace modules has reaffirmed their commitment to the Caribbean with a large investment, expanding their range of products available for hire in the region. The Group, which is in partnership in Trinidad with Perfection Services Ltd (PSL), will be offering a much wider range of containers. The containers are used to transport goods on and offshore, carry hazardous waste materials from drilling, provide accommodation and working space for staff. The Ferguson Group has built its reputation on robust, high quality products that help protect both the environment and the personal safety of the workers using them. Their products are all certified to an international standard DNV 2.7-1/EN12079.
The expansion of its DNV 2.7-1/EN12079 product range is in response to increasing market demand. The Ferguson Group and Perfection Services Ltd have developed close working relationships with their customers and Graham Donnelly, Group Partner Development manager feels this is the key to their success. Donnelly said: “We have worked in partnership with PSL for a decade now and have grown with the local market. “Having a strong partnership enables us to work closely with our customers to give them what they need, from our refrigerator/chiller modules for transportation and storage, to our accommodation and workspace units, for living and working in offshore.” For the Ferguson Group, T&T is a key location and Donnelly spends a considerable amount of time working in partnership with PSL to ensure he is up-to-date on local business trends.
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