Senior service to Canadians nets more millions
Hertfordshire based Senior plc, which makes components and systems, is cashing in big time on its relationship with Canadian company Bruce Power Limited Partnership.
Subsidiary Senior Flexonics has been awarded an additional contract from Bruce Power worth over $8 million. It brings the total awards on the project over the past two years to more than $18 million with the majority of project activity taking place across 2021 and 2022 when final delivery is scheduled.
The scope of the contracts is to supply replacement bellows expansion joints for critical equipment in the primary and secondary circuits for reactor units.
The work will be performed at the Senior Flexonics facility in Ontario, Canada and Senior Flexonics Pathway facility in Texas, US.
Mike Sheppard, CEO of Senior Flexonics, said: “We are excited to play a significant role in Bruce Power's MCR project in extending the life of the Bruce Power facility.
“We recognise Bruce Power's leadership in supporting Canada's mandate for clean energy and reduction of its carbon footprint and are privileged to be involved as a key supplier on this important project.”
Senior Flexonics provides high technology products and systems for demanding applications in land vehicle, power and energy and adjacent markets.
Its portfolio spans a wide range of fluid conveyance and thermal management components and sub-systems, as well as complex precision-machined parts, for conventional and advanced land vehicle propulsion systems, petro-chemical, nuclear, renewable energy and a variety of other industrial applications.