Signed agreement with Veolia


Tratec Halvorsen will work with a global giant on the development and production of water treatment equipment.

With over 171,000 employees, the Veolia Group is a world leader in sustainable solutions for water supply, drainage and energy.

The collaboration agreement is formally signed with VWS Westgarth, which is part of Veolia Water Technologies.

- Will strengthen us

VWS Westgarth and Tratec Halvorsen aim to combine Veolia's technology with Tratec Halvorsen's design and construction expertise. The market focus will be on the Norwegian continental shelf, and the agreement obliges the parties to jointly develop and improve the customers' water treatment plants.

- The agreement will strengthen us in terms of design, construction, maintenance, service and monitoring. We really look forward to the collaboration, which we believe our customers will benefit greatly from, ”says Kjell Vidar Netland, head of pressure equipment at Tratec Halvorsen.

- Awesome partnership

VWS Westgarth is based in the United Kingdom and a world leader in sulfate removal systems. The company has an impressive reference list of upstream water treatment.

- This is an exciting opportunity to work with Tratec Halvorsen, and jointly develop a strong presence on the Norwegian continental shelf as a supplier of upstream offshore water treatment systems. Our combined expertise represents a formidable partnership in this sector, says Dave Sheldrake, CEO of VWS Westgarth.

The square tank ready for testing

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Changing exhaust ducts and renovating pressure tanks on the Jotun FPSO

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