Flowline Specialists Limited

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Flowline Specialists designs, engineers and manufactures tensioners, reel drive systems, under-rollers, powered reels, shears and hydraulic power packs for the global oil, gas and renewable industries. Established in 2001, it is headquartered in Oldmeldrum, near Aberdeen and has operational bases in Norway and Singapore.

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