Technological leadership displayed by Bateman in process engineering forum

Bateman Engineering showcased its technological expertise at a successful Process Engineering Forum held recently in Johannesburg, South Africa for its clients and staff. Introducing the Forum, Steve Burks, Chief Technology Officer of Bateman Engineering, outlined how the Group is employing technology to redress the global skills shortage, via a structured three-year growth plan. This plan includes establishing centres of excellence focused on unit processes or products, such as DC furnaces or SX plants, and which have many advantages including the ability to develop standard designs for re-use thus reducing skills requirements, cost and duration in all phases of the projects. Forming technology partnerships and acquiring or developing proprietary technology in house are also high focus areas with benefits such as a reduction in flowsheet development time, effort and failure rate. (more…)

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