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HIMA Americas signs UniversalPegasus as integrator

August 26, 2010 – HIMA Americas signed UniversalPegasus International’s offshore division as an integrator. UniversalPegasus will offer HIMA’s functional safety engineering systems to energy-related industries.

Under the agreement, UniversalPegasus will become a Trained System Integrator of HIMA products, and HIMA will provide UniversalPegasus and its affiliates with full and complete HIMA product training, as well as TÜV Functional Safety Engineering certification training. UniversalPegasus can then offer HIMA’s safety products to its clients around the world.

Both HIMA and UniversalPegasus believe the deal will allow them to provide their customers with unmatched technical knowledge and experience.

Sven Grone, president of HIMA Americas, said “HIMA Americas is extremely pleased to have the opportunity to work closely with UniversalPegasus. We believe this deal greatly enhances our ability to offer HIMA products to the upstream, midstream and pipeline markets. We anticipate that it will benefit all parties concerned – HIMA, UniversalPegasus, and most of all, our customers."

"We are pleased to be working with HIMA and believe we can offer real value to our clients, translating into long-term working relationships," said John Jameson, Chief Executive Officer of UniversalPegasus International.

About UniversalPegasus International
UniversalPegasus International, Inc., is a leader in engineering, project management and construction management for the energy industry. Built on a 50-year heritage while providing quality, safety, innovation and client service, UniversalPegasus delivers unmatched expertise and value to oil, gas and power clients around the globe. The firm is headquartered in Houston with offices in major energy centers.


About HIMA
HIMA is the world’s leading independent designer of automated safety solutions used in the process industry. Over the past 40 years, more than 25,000 HIMA systems have been installed in more than 80 countries to protect the assets of the world’s major oil gas and processing companies. That same technology is being applied to develop new, creative solutions for machine and building safety.

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