BASF framework agreement for Tebodin Belgium
The Hague, the Netherlands, 30 September 2011 - Tebodin has been awarded a long-term framework agreement for plant changes in Belgium by chemical company BASF. This is the third framework agreement between Tebodin Belgium and BASF Antwerpen which concerns 54 plants in Antwerpen.
BASF has chosen to develop a new approach for plant changes. The basic idea is to involve engineering contractors such as Tebodin in the execution of engineering services for these plant changes. Tebodin’s excellent performance on recent contracts for BASF Antwerp was a major reason for awarding this contract.
Other framework contracts between both companies concerns a contract for basic engineering services and a contract for piping engineering services.
Tebodin is a trusted international project partner for BASF. In Dubai, Tebodin recently prepared the relocation of a concrete admixture plant while in Bahrain a new contract has been awarded for the realization of a new plant. In Germany, the framework contract between BASF and Tebodin for engineering services was extended. In the Netherlands a new framework contract was signed, with the design for a new chemicals unloading facility as the first job.
BASF is the world’s leading chemical company. With about 110,000 employees, six Verbund sites and close to 385 production sites worldwide BASF serves customers and partners in almost all countries of the world. The portfolio ranges from oil and gas to chemicals, plastics, performance products, agricultural products and fine chemicals.
Tebodin B.V. in The Hague (the Netherlands) is an independent, multidisciplinary consultancy and engineering firm with a turnover of €210 million (2010). Tebodin offers clients worldwide the knowledge and experience of around 3,000 experts in industry, health and nutrition, oil and gas, chemicals, infrastructure, property, and energy and environment. The company has a network of offices in West, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
Further information: Brigit Stokman, + 31 (0)70 348 07 19.