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Juli Lifting Europe goes offshore for first exhibition in Aberdeen

Juli Lifting Europe, part of the world’s largest lifting equipment manufacturer and service provider, is following the opening of its new European division headquartered in Dublin, with the news that one of its first formal outings will be at Offshore Europe in Aberdeen (6-8 September.)

The biennial Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Offshore Europe Conference and Exhibition remains the largest upstream oil and gas event in the world outside North America and is attended by all the biggest fish in the global petroleum pond, reflecting the international standing of Aberdeen and the event as a platform for discussing the key issues facing the industry. This year the likes of Shell and BP will be joined by Juli Lifting Europe, who will be looking to provide a welcome lift when the big names need quality offshore solutions they can rely on.

Juli Sling Co Ltd and Juli Lifting has become world renowned as a highly skilled, capable and professional lifting manufacturer, thanks to massive investment in R&D, technical talent, and a commitment to quality and accreditation that is second to none. Juli has been setting the standard globally for decades and Europe is now set to benefit from this massive investment and considerable expertise. Aberdeen is still acknowledged as Europe’s oil and energy capital and this year’s exhibition at the AECC is expected to be bigger than ever, with pavilions representing not just trade but the leading oil and gas nations from around the world. Juli will be in familiar company here, reflecting the firm’s established international standing in the wake of years of success in the global market.

"Our head office will of course be represented at the exhibition, but this will be the first time that our new European arm will be attending such an event in its own right,"said Patrick Doyle, "Our global operation is well known among industry insiders and this exhibition is the prefect platform to show prospective European customers that with our new European headquarters, we can operate with speed and effectiveness throughout their territories."
With Juli now established in Dublin, European clients will not have to wait for standard off the shelf components – they will now be available in just 1-5 days. European customers will benefit from the best of both worlds – being able to take advantage of the scale, resources, technical and manufacturing capabilities of Juli Lifting global, whilst also being able to deal direct with local experienced professionals and a distributor network at European territory level.

Juli Lifting can provide a complete range of products and services catering for all offshore lifting and handling requirements, together with standard components for upstream work. From initial client concept to a finished manufactured and supplied product, Juli Lifting can deliver.

"We are confident that few companies can offer the overall level of service and manufacturing excellence that we can bring to offshore clients," added Doyle. "Our high levels of capability, when added to our global reach and now our new office in Dublin means we can offer a very attractive service to European offshore customers and we look forward to showing them why, in Aberdeen."

Juli has achieved ISO9001 international quality system certification, as well as the Chinese state laboratory certification CNAS, GS certification, CE certification, CCS certification, LR certification, DNV Certification, KR certification, GL certification, safety standard certification of coal, mining safety standard certification , ISO14001 environmental management system certification, and the GB/T28001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System Certification, among others. It is also a qualified and approved manufacturer and integrator of naval weapons and equipment.

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