​IMI Critical Engineering has recently been awarded a large aftermarket project in central Brazil. 

The $3,4m project for IMI InterAtiva and IMI Remosa includes a contract for the supply of spare parts for FCC (Fluidised Catalytic Converter) Special Valves and Hydraulic Actuation Systems ($2,5m) and a contract to supply field supervision and execution services for the repair work ($900k) at the FCC unit of a refinery located in central Brazil. This important contract completes our FCC Turn Around project for the refinery.

​Daniele Cecchelli, Vice President of Business Development for IMI Critical Engineering Petrochem Americas commented: "We are all very pleased with this prestigious achievement. We have worked with this major customer for more than two and a half years with determination and perseverance, and this has paid off. Despite problems and delays caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, the unexpected drop in fuel consumption throughout Brazil, and the simultaneous drop in the price of crude oil, our team successfully closed the order as the sole source provider."