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Aberdeen’s EnerMech acquires Stork Australia and New Zealand as it looks to expand

Aberdeen headquartered services company, EnerMech, has completed its acquisition of Stork Australia and New Zealand as the firm looks to expand its “global integrity”.

The sale for an undisclosed sum “brings a strong portfolio of clients from a diverse range of sectors”, according to the north-east business.

Stork Australia and New Zealand have customers in defence, mining, chemicals, and energy industries between them.

EnerMech also has access to the Stork-owned Cooperheat business which provides on-site services and project management, the manufacturing of bespoke ovens and furnaces, and heat treatment equipment.

EnerMech chief executive Christian Brown said: “We are diligently focused on delivering our strategy to create greater value for our customers.

“The addition of Stork’s former Australian and New Zealand business to our portfolio not only increases the scalability of our core service lines, solutions and agility, it also brings a great legacy into the EnerMech family.

“The crux of our strengths lies in the integrated solutions our multi-disciplined workforce delivers, by combining our experts, equipment, IP, and technology our competence across the entire asset lifecycle continues to grow.

“Our organisations share many similarities, including company culture, tenacity, and a hard work ethos paving the way for a seamless integration with no impact to our clients or workforce.”

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EnerMech regional director for Asia Pacific Garry Ford.

Garry Ford, EnerMech regional director for Asia Pacific added: “We already have a strong pipeline of work in the region and the complementary expertise Stork locally brings to our integrity management and industrial services, increased geography and further industry diversification will accelerate our strategic plans for further growth in Australia and now New Zealand.

“Our new colleagues have supported their business to become one of the most well-established in both countries.

“Led by a strong senior operations and technical team, their reputation has been built on providing a consistently high quality and reliable project delivery and strong safety performance.

“These attributes and successes resonate with EnerMech’s culture and mission. We look forward to fully integrating the businesses and supporting each other and our clients further.”

The granite city based firm has been doing business in Australia for over a decade, delivering on projects and servicing operating assets across energy, alternative energy, infrastructure and mining sectors.

Stork’s regional director for the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand Anthony McAnulty said: “We look forward to leveraging Stork’s success in this region and are now very excited to be part of the EnerMech team.

“This unified offering allows us to bring our core capabilities in Australia and New Zealand to bolster EnerMech’s already strong suite of niche services.

“With a shared drive and passion for delivering high quality and reliable projects and strong safety performance, we are gearing up for a very productive future together.”

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