RTP signs Tyco as rep for UK and MidEast
Under the terms of this agreement, Tyco Fire and Integrated Solutions UK will become the exclusive Oil & Gas / Petrochemical representative for RTP 2500 SIS in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, India and Kazakhstan.
Additionally this agreement provides Tyco F&IS UK a global non-exclusive arrangement to be RTPs preferred supplier for their RTP 2500 SIS with Tyco F&IS UK promoting the RTP 2500 as their preferred solution for Safety & Control Systems.
As a part of this agreement RTPs responsibilities will be to continue its leadership position in the design and manufacture of SIL-1 through SIL-3 safety systems offering the highest availability, highest integrity, and highest degree of scalability in the industry.
Sal Provanzano, president of RTP, explained that by combining the technological leadership provided by RTP and the extensive applications expertise of Tyco, users will be provided with the most reliable fire and gas and safety systems available. This Partnership fills the void that customers have asked us for, that is providing worldwide delivery and support for our product.
Alan Mowat, General Manager of Tyco F&IS UK, commented, We have looked at several TUV/SIL rated system manufacturers and we chose RTP based on the fact that RTP is the only one that can provide everything that our clients are looking for.
Founded in 1968, RTP Corp. is a developer and manufacturer of high-performance critical control and safety systems. Markets for RTP Corporation's products include process control and safety systems, and nuclear power plant systems. RTP offers a wide range of rugged hardware and a complete suite of software for industrial control solutions that include seamlessly redundant and triplicated systems for mission-critical applications.
About Tyco Fire and Integrated Solutions
Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions, a major business segment of Tyco International Ltd, and a leader in the provision of special hazard safety within the Oil and Gas and Petrochem markets across Europe, Middle East and Africa and Asia. With more than 6,400 employees, engineers, service and design experts, Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions is ideally placed to provide local support wherever you are.
From initial safety studies to panel design, build, supply, install, commission, and life time support and maintenance. Tyco are there to help.
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