Electrical Distribution Caspian Sea
Division Name: R&M Electrical Group Limited (Caspian)
With our extensive involvement and support of electrical equipment for installation in hazardous areas such as oil and gas exploration and production, petrochemical and chemical processing, it is only natural that a substantial proportion of equipment supplied is destined for use in the Caspian Region – home to one of the oldest oil producing areas in the world.
In 1998 R&M established our own electrical distribution company in Baku, Azerbaijan to support consulting engineers and companies operating in the area.
Since that time R&M Caspian have established ourselves as a key supplier of cable and hazardous area equipment into the region – having close ties with some of the world’s leading manufacturers of the specialist products required for this demanding locality.
Operated utilising 80% local Azeri’s, the experience and technical expertise of our employees in the division has secured local call off, MRO (Maintenance Repair Operations) agreements and project frame work agreements with the Azerbaijan International Operating Company covering the supply of electrical bulks and cable and accessories for Azeri Projects.
Junction Box Assembly
We are also fully certified to assemble Hawke Exe stainless steel and composite junction boxes in our custom built assembly workshop based in Baku – please contact us or see our services area for more details.
R&M Caspian has grown substantially and now has an annual turnover in excess of £10 million GBP. Our large warehouse facility holds products bespoke to the region that we operate in, with stocks in excess of £200,000 GBP. However our particular expertise is in the sourcing and supply management of technically specific hazardous area and petrochemical/chemical related products – please see our product section for more details.
With our experience, technical expertise and significant stock holdings R&M Caspian are able to provide a holistic solution for all our customers’ cable and electrical supply requirements in the region.