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Maintenance Partners adds new services through asset acquisition of Turbine Europe


Monday, 28 March 2022

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Maintenance Partners, a business within Howden Group and a leading provider of aftermarket services for turbomachinery equipment, has acquired all assets of Turbine Europe SRL based in Liège, Belgium. This acquisition is the latest step in Howden’s strategy to grow our aftermarket business and provide customers with a full range of these services close to their operations.

Turbine Europe is an independent service provider of turbo expanders, used primarily in air separation and mid-stream and downstream gas processing. The asset deal combines Turbine Europe’s expertise of turbo-expander services with Maintenance Partners extensive turbomachinery engineering and workshop capabilities. Together with Howden’s technology and digital service solutions this acquisition will provide customers with a ‘one stop shop’ for their turbo-expander needs to maximise the reliability of their operations. 

Turbine Europe will be fully integrated with Maintenance Partners, part of Howden Group, providing services across Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and India (EMENA).
 

At Howden we seek to support our customers’ assets throughout their life cycle. For parts and services through to enhanced maintenance solutions and optimised performance. This is true for customers’ Howden equipment as well as equipment from other manufacturers. Bringing together the capabilities of Maintenance Partners and Turbine Europe extends this approach to turbo-expanders which are a key application in our customers’ processes. This move will also give Turbine Europe’s customers access to Howden’s full range of technology, engineering and digital service capabilities.

Fred Hearle, President of Howden EMENA

 


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