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Enventure Technology Services Expands Plant Design Engineering Team

Over the years, Enventure has set up offshore teams for several clients, ranging from multibillion dollar enterprises to SME companies, while also providing a host of Procurement Engineering services.

Dec 3 2013, 8:20am CST | by PR.com

Portsmouth, NH, December 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Enventure Technology Services, a leading Engineering and design services company, has acquired new contracts from clients in USA and Canada who are leaders in the Oil and Gas, Power and Utility sectors, and expanded its Plant Design Engineering Team to cater to the new customers.

Plant Design Engineering Services is one of Enventure’s core business areas and many customers have seen a strategic benefit in associating with Enventure, due to the breadth of their capabilities in engineering functions such as Process, Mechanical, Civil, Structural, Piping, Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering. In the past Enventure has successfully set up offshore teams for several clients, ranging from Multi-Billion Dollar enterprises to SME companies for their various engineering design, drafting, analysis and procurement engineering requirements.

“We have been steadily expanding our Plant Design Engineering team and acquiring the best talent as we foresee a robust growth in this area in the coming years,” said a spokesperson for Enventure. “We have always strived to deliver engineering excellence, backed by innovative delivery methodologies to ensure we meet cost and schedule expectations of our clients. We believe by developing a team with a strong knowledge base, expertise and skills, we can continue to deliver on this commitment. We also have an on-going skill development program internally, where we groom our existing teams to step up to the next level, as we expand our plant engineering business.”

For more information about Enventure's product engineering and electronic design services, please visit www.enventureonline.com or contact info@enventureonline.com.

About Enventure:
Enventure Technology Services (www.enventureonline.com) is a privately-held, ISO 9001:2008 certified engineering solutions company, with full-fledged engineering service delivery centers in India. Enventure has been serving clients in North America and Europe since 1997 and is today a preferred supplier of engineering services to Fortune 500 companies, across different industry verticals such as hi-tech electronics, electronics manufacturing, automotive and industrial manufacturing. Enventure provides a wide variety of services to Clients, in areas such as Electronic Design, PCB Design, Plant Design Engineering, Piping Engineering, Mechanical design, CAD, CAM, CAE, Component Engineering and Environmental Compliance Support.

Unni Mecheeri
E-mail: unni.mecheeri@enventureonline.com
Enventure Technology Services
Visit us at: www.enventureonline.com

Regd. Office:
124, HAL Airport Road,
Bangalore – 560017
Tel: 91.80.4116.1000
Fax: 91.80.6688.5797

Pease International Tradeport
One, New Hampshire Avenue, Suite 125,
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Tel: 1.603.766.4960
Fax: 1.603.386.6805

Contact Information:
Enventure Technology Services
Santhosh Kumar
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