As a result of this contract, ALS Industrial expects to provide employment opportunities for engineers, inspectors, non-destructive technicians along with contract and operational management personnel. ALS Industrial Group General Manager, Kristen Walsh said this contract is a significant achievement for ALS Industrial.
“ALS Industrial is proud to secure this contract and to have the opportunity to support Australian jobs,” said Ms Walsh.
The Chevron contract continues ALS Industrial’s success of transitioning from the construction phase of LNG Projects into maintenance support having successfully secured the ConocoPhillips APLNG and QGC QCLNG facility contracts earlier this year. ALS Industrial provides asset reliability and integrity solutions to the oil & gas, mining, power and infrastructure industries by integrating the delivery of engineering, inspection and non-destructive testing services with the aim of lowering the total cost of ownership for plant owners.
Group General Manager
ALS delivers projects and services through four main operating divisions: Minerals (Geochemistry, Metallurgy, Mine Site and Inspection), Life Sciences (Environmental, Food, Pharmaceutical, Consumer Products and Electronics), Energy (Coal and Oil & Gas) and Industrial (Asset Care and Tribology). ALS commenced operations in Brisbane in 1974 as a privately owned company providing analytical services for the oil shale and mineral exploration industries.
In 1981, the company was acquired by Campbell Brothers Limited (now ALS Limited), a Queensland-based company first registered in 1863 and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1952 (ASX:ALQ). ALS has to date demonstrated over 40 years of strong business performance with global revenues exceeding $1.2 billion. Processing more than 20 million samples per year, our 11,700 staff operate from over 350 locations in 65 countries. We have laboratories in Australia, Asia, North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa; and are one of the largest analytical laboratory and technical service groups in the world.