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Allrig signs partnership agreement with Lee C. Moore
10th August 2016
Allrig have completed the signing of a partnership agreement with leading drilling structures company Lee C. Moore, A Woolslayer Company (‘LCM-WCI’).
The partnership with LCM-WCI will further enhance Allrig’s drilling structure service support. Allrig’s CEO, Mark Hannigan, explains: “Allrig is delighted to enter this partnership with Lee C. Moore which further enhances our drilling structures inspection and repair capability. By combining the OEM credentials, world class engineering and service experience of of LCM-WCI with the responsiveness and competence of Allrig’s in-region service capability, we can now offer our clients the level of drilling structure support they need. As always, Allrig is focused on ‘Keeping You On Day Rate’ and this agreement improves our ability to do just that.”
To gain more insight into what the added value of this partnership is to the industry, Allrig’s Operations Director, Steve Johnson, explains that this partnership enables the company to offer more efficient complete service solutions. He states, “As part of our growth strategy, it is a major achievement to be in partnership with LCM-WCI, one of the world’s longest established drilling structure designers and manufacturers.
This agreement will enable us to serve our Middle East and India clients, as the OEM agent, and augmenting LCM-WCI sales and service including drilling structure API inspections, repairs, upgrades and supply of OEM LCM parts.”
This new partnership offers exciting new possibilities for both Lee C. Moore and Allrig. Tom Wingerter, CEO of LCM-WCI, explains: “We have been looking at various avenues for a more robust presence in certain Middle East markets and India for a very long time. After a few meetings with Allrig we knew this partnership offered tremendous potential. Allrig’s capabilities as an in-region field services provider coupled with our 110-year rig structure and component engineering legacy, mesh extremely well. We are very excited to formally shake hands with Allrig on this opportunity.”
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