Emerson Enters Into Supplier Services Agreement With Fluor

Source: ChemicalProcessing.com

Nov 07, 2008

Emerson Process Management has been selected as a preferred supplier of automation and control instrumentation and services to Fluor Corp. The two companies have entered into a Supplier Services Agreement to collaborate on development and implementation of processes intended to improve the management and execution of worldwide capital projects.

As a Fluor preferred automation and control supplier, Emerson will support risk mitigation efforts on large projects involving automation and control instrumentation and services.

Headquartered in Irving, Texas, Fluor is a publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction, operations, maintenance, and project management firms. It has procured more than $60 billion of equipment, materials, and services over the last decade and manages more than 1,000 projects annually. Fluor’s customers span key industries, including energy, chemicals, life sciences, water, transportation, manufacturing, government, and power production, including alternative power.

Through the strategic supply agreement (known as a SRA Agreement within Fluor), Emerson will supply its complete product range and services that comprise PlantWeb digital plant architecture, including its Fisher Fieldvue digital valve controllers and valves, Rosemount transmitters, Rosemount Analytical analyzers, Daniel flow meters, and Micro Motion Coriolis flow meters. Also supplied will be PlantWeb process control and asset optimization technologies including DeltaV and Ovation digital automation systems, and AMS Suite predictive maintenance software; Emerson industrial drives from Control Techniques; motors from US Motors (NEC) and Leroy-Somer (IEC); Bettis, Hytork, and El-O-Matic actuators, as well as Emerson Industrial Automation Appleton (NEC) and ATX (IEC) electrical construction material products.

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