Tenaris and CRC-Evans

OE Staff
Saturday, March 3, 2012

Tenaris and CRC-Evans have entered into a commercial agreement to offer an integral package of tubular line pipe and welding technologies for offshore operations. The deal follows the technical cooperation agreement signed early last year, which includes permanent R&D activities using CRC-Evans state-ofthe-art welding solutions at the Tenaris R&D Center in Mexico.

Categories: Activity Maintenance North America

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