The Beach Gets Bigger for Gee-Force Hydraulics

Published May 27, 2016
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Gee-Force Hydraulics’ new facility will be located at Beacon Park, Great Yarmouth’s newest business park and hub for the energy sector (photo: Gee-Force Hydraulics)

Gee-Force Hydraulics a privately owned, specialist supplier of hydraulic bolting, flange spreading and alignment equipment is relocating to bigger premises in Great Yarmouth this summer.

A 3,200 square foot premises on Beacon Park, Great Yarmouth’s newest business park and hub for the energy sector will be Gee-Force Hydraulics’ new facility.

Operational from 1 July, Gee-Force Hydraulics has planned the move as part of a growth strategy to serve Great Yarmouth with the most advanced and safe solutions on the market.

Partnering with HTL, industry leader of controlled bolting, flange working and portable machine solutions, the specialist supplier will house an extensive hire fleet in their new facility including: controlled bolting equipment, portable machines, flange working, cutting and subsea equipment, flushing, test and instrumentation equipment and essential maintenance tooling. The premises move and new HTL partnership will also add enhanced service, repair and calibration capabilities, a full and comprehensive range of services ensures that client’s service requirements are served quickly and efficiently.

The new premises will also incorporate a fully equipped dedicated training facility to run ECITB approved MJI10/18 & 19, MJI 31 & 32 Wind Turbine Bolted Connections training and TMJI testing. These courses are ideally suited to Engineers and Technicians who wish to achieve the required skill, ability and knowledge in specialist controlled bolting for a range of industries including oil & gas, power generation, renewable energy, subsea & decommissioning, mining, petrochemical, heavy engineering and construction.

Graeme Cook, Managing Director comments: “‘The Beach’ is of course the local vernacular for ‘onshore’. And that Beach, in terms of our proximity to the southern North Sea service industry, is getting bigger particularly now that we have access to HTL’s extensive fleet of hire equipment. Already these new arrangements mean that we have more equipment on our Great Yarmouth hire shelves ready for immediate mobilisation and with more to come. The move to new premises on Beacon Park together with the new partnership arrangements will significantly enhance our service, repair and calibration capabilities and further complement our equipment hire and MJI training facilities.”

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