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Sonatrach, the largest oil and gas exploration and production company in Algeria and Africa, turned to Amarinth to deliver a bespoke vertical hydrocarbon pump for a refinery in Algeria.
To meet the deadline, Amarinth selected one of its proven T-Series vertical pumps, an industrial pump with an API pedigree, which it could tailor to Sonatrach's requirements.
With a full order book and no signs of any slowdown, last year Amarinth started a major investment in a new test facility to enable the company to meet anticipated demand and needs of customers over the coming years.
In the new facility Amarinth has constructed two 5 metre deep sumps allowing for full length testing of vertical sump pumps up to 7 metres.
With its increasing order book, Amarinth has undertaken a major investment in new facilities that will enable the company to meet anticipated demand and needs of customers over the next few years.
Oliver Brigginshaw, managing director of Amarinth comments: "Our new assembly and test facilities reflect our drive to remain one of the quickest companies in the industry to deliver bespoke API 610 pumps whilst continuing with our significant growth.
In 2003, soon after Amarinth was founded, Kerr McGee was one of the first companies to trade with Amarinth placing an order for spare parts for Girdlestone pumps.
Amarinth's growing reputation in the Middle Eastern Petrochemical industry for the expedient supply of high specification exotic alloy pumps assisted GPS in their selection to award Amarinth with the order to supply this prestigious project.