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Peacock Engineering Gains Major Contract

Posted by stephen avv

11-Oct-2017


Peacock Engineering has revealed that they will be supplying specialist mobile devices for a major contract that they have won with Flogas last week. Flogas, is one of the European's leading commercial and domestic LPG suppliers.

The company was first established to create and deliver a range of Asset and Service Management solutions for a range of industries. The contract that was awarded to Peacock Engineering will see the business offer a mobile solution to the client's workforce. Their consulting team is made from range of Maximo professionals who have an average of 12 years' experience working with the product. The team at Peacock Engineering together managed to build 250 years of experience implementing Maximo systems. The specialist knowledge has developed in the company, allowing them to deliver efficient, affordable solutions to their customers.

As part of this recent contract, Peacock Engineering will use the company's Fingertip product in order to allow a connection to the Maximo System for their users to carry out inspections such as ATEX inspections, recording stock levels and inventory.

Peacock Engineering will be also using ecom's Tab-Ex® 01 Zone 1/21 and rugged tablet as part of the contract. The company has worked with ecom on contracts in the past and is sure that their devices will allow for a professional and reliable mobile solution. With them being a market leader for 30 years, ecom created mobile industrial devices to be used in hazardous areas. The company has become part of the Pepperl+Fuchs group. Ecom's instrument portfolio contains state of the art EX hardware as well as smartphones, tablets and PDA's that cover all of the important features of mobile computing and communication.

The new construction with one of the leading commercial and domestic LPG suppliers across Europe, will hopefully be the start of a productive business between the companies Flogas and Peacock Engineering.



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