Sembmarine SLP’s skilled Procurement Team has extensive in-house experience - a key factor in their EPC and EPIC capability. The knowledge and skills acquired over many years of successfully executed projects enables the Procurement Team to dynamically initiate changes in procurement methods, systems, procedures and working practices in accordance with the needs of our clients.
The wide range of commodities sourced by sembmarine SLP, both domestically and internationally, has resulted in a comprehensive understanding of market conditions and trends. This awareness allows us to identify the most appropriate contracting procurement strategy and the most reputable contractors to provide fast and reliable procurement services to a specific project team.
The benefits achieved by the better management of the supply chain for both offshore procurement and onshore procurement:
- Lower unit costs
- Improved efficiencies thereby reducing overhead costs
- Reduced paperwork through e-commerce
- Assured delivery performance
- Guaranteed quality standards
- Absolute environmental compliance
Improved communication channels, product feedback, access to and involvement of the supplier/manufacturers and continuous two-way development of long term relationships has enabled sembmarine SLP’s Procurement Team to create win-win situations for itself, its clients and its suppliers.
Latest Case studies
In September 2015 Sembmarine SLP was awarded the contract to carry out the construction of the Power Generation Module (PGM) and Bridge Links for the Maersk Oil Culzean project development in the North Sea.
The offshore facility has been designed, engineered, procured and constructed in Sembmarine SLP’s Lowestoft yard and includes suction bucket technology, a first for an offshore substation in UK waters. Part of Statoil’s £1.5 billion Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm project to power more than 410,000 UK homes, the structures have been designed to meet exacting specifications.