VPS invests in Rotterdam lubricant testing site
Veritas Petroleum Services has extended its lubricant oil condition monitoring (OCM) service with an investment in new technology at its Rotterdam laboratory.
The company expects a significant increase in its capacity and efficiency after buying analytical technology, robotics and automation systems to assist in lubricant testing. The introduction will boost VPS’ clients’ condition monitoring and routine maintenance programmes, the company said.
Steve Bee, group commercial and new business development director, said: “The expansion of our OCM capabilities and resources in lubricant analysis, with such state-of-the art equipment, will further assist our clients in maintaining the health and performance of their mechanical assets, through condition-based monitoring programmes.”
VPS has four ISO17025-accredited laboratories in Rotterdam, Singapore, Fujairah and Houston.
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