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Sparrows wins inspection contract at US gypsum plants

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Sparrows Group, a global provider of specialist equipment and integrated engineering services to the energy and industrial sectors, has secured a contract to provide inspection services to CertainTeed’s US gypsum plants.

The company will inspect all listing equipment at the facilities, including overhead and crawler crains, hoists, and loose lifting equipment.

“This is a major step forward in our diversifiation strategy, transferring the extensive knowledge we have in lifting and inspection services into new markets and regions,” said Stewart Mitchell, CEO at Sparrows.

As part of the contract, Sparrows will provide an identification system to control equipment and records. This will be accessible through its online client portal. The use of this software increases efficiency and ensures transparency, while minimising the risk of non-compliances, the company said.

CertainTeed is a subsidiary or Saint-Gobain, one the world’s largest building products companies.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/06062017/sparrows-wins-inspection-contract-at-us-gypsum-plants/

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