16 Jul 2013
Russia’s Technoproekt strengthens its relationship with AVEVA
15 July 2013
Moscow, Russia: AVEVA today announced a significant development in its relationship with the Technoproekt Group of Companies. A new agreement further expands Technoproekt ‘s use of solutions from the AVEVA Plant portfolio. This investment follows extensive modernisation of Technoproekt’s working methods, enabling it to reach new levels of efficiency through the use of AVEVA software.
'Since we deployed the software in 2011, AVEVA solutions have played an important role in dramatically increasing our project efficiency', said Alexander Aksenov, General Director, Technoproekt KNHP. 'Our extended use of AVEVA Plant solutions on major capital projects has allowed our engineers to eliminate extensive manual work. For example, the change and highlight capability across different disciplines has saved us time and increased our process productivity.
'At Technoproekt we have a well-defined roadmap for future development and a list of upcoming complex projects. AVEVA is a reliable partner, whose Continual Progression approach assists us in our business and is the reason we have expanded our AVEVA Plant usage for engineering and design.'
'I am very pleased to see Technoproekt, a relative newcomer to the Russian oil & gas and petrochemical market, become a growing vibrant business, playing a key role in these industries', said Evgeny Fedotov, Senior Vice President Russia, India & Middle East, AVEVA. 'AVEVA’s innovative solutions have made a significant contribution to this breakthrough. This new contract is a confirmation of the strong partnership between Technoproekt and AVEVA'.
Technoproekt LLC provides engineering and design services for oil & gas and petrochemical assets, storage and transfer, as well as for complex transport infrastructure and civil projects. It also conducts engineering surveys for project construction phases. For more information visit www.tehnoprojekt.ru.
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