At the beginning of the month, Senay, our Sales Director, went to Borneo for the Sarawak Offshore Roadshow 2015. It was our second expo of the year and whilst far smaller than OGA in Kuala Lumpur, our heavy steel plates were enthusiastically received.
Although we didn’t take any plates with us (most exhibitions centres are designed to support a stack of 25 tonne plates) to the Sarawak Offshore Roadshow, we did take some MTC’s and these were available for visitors to review. To us, that’s always one of the best parts of the job when this happens.
The engineer thinks that we are just another stockist and looks at the MTC. He typically looks at an MTC for the thickness and grade that his current project is; and then there is a soft woosh of breath as he realises how good the properties of our steel are.
Having very good steel in stock is something that we are very proud of. We don’t pick the best MTCs to show you. Normally, they are randomly selected based on the first plate that meets your requirements.
So when you are starting the project cycle, do give us a call and ask for some MTCs to use as references. That way, you can be sure you are getting the very best.
P.S.: While we are on the subject of MTC’s, you may find our post on EN10204 useful as it goes into detail about the difference between 3.1 and 3.2 certificates.