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February 8, 2015

BMT Asia Pacific opens its environmental testing facility in Indonesia

Maritime and engineering consultancy BMT Group's Asia Pacific subsidiary has opened its first environmental testing facility in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Maritime and engineering consultancy BMT Group’s Asia Pacific subsidiary has opened its first environmental testing facility in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The new laboratory will offer high-quality technical testing services in categories such as noise, ambient air quality, water quality, toxicity and emissions for BMT’s oil and gas clients.

Previously, these services had been outsourced and the change is intended to enhance BMT’s environmental assessment and consenting offering, which includes statutory compliance, environmental impact assessments and decommissioning studies.

"Through the development of our own testing operations and facilities, we harness the internal control necessary to deliver consistent, high-quality service."

The laboratory has been certified to ISO 17025 standard by Indonesia’s national accreditation body, Komite Akreditasi Nasional (KAN).

BMT Asia Pacific Indonesia president and director Johnny Tjea said: "Opening the new laboratory represents a natural progression for BMT’s growing environmental study and monitoring business.

"Our customer relationships are built on trust and through the development of our own testing operations and facilities, we harness the internal control necessary to deliver consistent, high-quality service across our growing customer base."

The environmental testing facility offers the service of environmental experts and also provides training programmes and rigorous quality assurance processes, BMT stated.

In January this year, subsidiaries BMT Asia Pacific and BMT Nigel Gee received a contract from the Hong Kong Government to provide vessel design consultancy services, which included the provision for the design and specification of up to seven new composite patrol vessels for the Harbour Patrol Section.

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