IRM Systems opens Houston office

Pipeline repair company IRM Systems opened a new base of operations in Houston, Texas.

Rutger Schouten, general manager of IRM Systems said: “The implications of this development are tremendous, bringing with them the need for a new perspective on pipeline inspection, repair and maintenance, which is where IRM Systems comes in.”

“By having a permanent presence in Houston, we are in a much stronger position to provide customers with cost-effective, hands-on IRM engineering solutions; ones that will help to ensure that once accessed, these resources can be delivered efficiently at the lowest cost,” Schouten added.

IRM Systems is working on behalf of operators in South America and the Caribbean. It will also support customers throughout the Americas. One of the primary aims of its Houston enterprise is to develop its risk management services, particularly its integrity assessment and mitigation capabilities for pipelines, steel catenary risers and fixed risers.

The new Houston base supports the expansion of IRM Systems’ project management engineering services.  “I look forward to offering the innovative, hands-on approach of IRM Systems to the Houston market,” said Danny Ling, recently appointed general manager-Americas for IRM Systems. 

“The company’s track record showcases its ability to adapt and develop workable solutions quickly, using a systematic approach. As a result, production downtime is significantly reduced and environmental impact minimized,” Ling added.

Image: Danny Ling/ IRM Systems

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