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Offshore crane haul for Sparrows

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ABERDEEN, UK – Crane specialist Sparrows Group has won several contracts with a combined value of more than £190 million ($284 million).

The company received contracts from Shell, CNR, ConocoPhillips, Perenco, and Wood Group in the North Sea. Additionally, Sparrows has signed or renewed agreements to work with BP in Angola and CNR in Gabon and Cote d’Ivoire.

Other orders are for facilities in the US, Middle East, and Asia.

3/14/2013

 

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