The three-year agreement comes with two one-year extension options and will see the group provide a fully managed service focused on onboard diesel generator maintenance at seven sites for a large production operator.
The contract covers the maintenance of seven engine manufacturers with tasks including main power generation, critical fire pumps and back-up generators.
OEM has been serving the oil and gas, marine and renewable energy industry in the repair, maintenance and testing of engines and generators since its launch in 2012.
The past year has seen the group’s work in the North Sea intensify with contract extensions and new partnerships. It has also extended its efforts to new markets with a focus on the Middle East.
Founder and Managing Director Barry Park said: “This contract award is a superb addition to the group’s track record in the North Sea.
“The OEMs were the best positioned and met the criteria of the scope which corresponded well to the core values of the two companies.
“At OEM, we have a team of qualified engineers who are able to work with many engine manufacturers, which is a key part of this specific contract.”
PBS Director Andreas Christophersen said: “We look forward to working alongside the OEM Group, to expand the capabilities of our workforce and as part of our initiative to minimize supplier activity to abroad. “
The OEM said the latest contract aligns with the customer’s “seven pillars” initiative and that key goals will be met to “add value” through collaboration.