Aveva Group plc, one of the world’s leading providers of engineering data and design IT systems to the plant, power and marine industries, today announced that State Industrial Design and Consultation Company (SIDCCO), one of the largest EPC contractors in Iraq, has selected Aveva Plant solutions for their ongoing and future projects in Iraq.
SIDCCO is owned by the Ministry of Industrial and Minerals. As one of the largest EPC contractors in Iraq, SIDCCO offers services ranging from feasibility studies to turnkey constructions. Ministry of Industry and Mineral Companies, Ministry of Oil Companies and Ministry of Electricity are among the biggest clients of the company.
Ali Al-Naama, SIDCCO Director General, comments, “We are impressed by Aveva Plant’s engineering and business benefits, which make it possible to work in the most complex projects by enabling coordination amongst various disciplines in a clash-free environment. We look forward to benefiting from Aveva solutions for more productivity and site rework reduction. SIDCCO’s engineering and design teams are currently having an intensive training to be able to start implementing and using Aveva’s solutions immediately.”
Louay Dahmash, Vice President of Aveva Middle East, said “Aveva has increased its presence in the Middle East despite the economic downturn. We are very excited to be entering such a promising market and being a part of Iraq’s reconstruction projects with SIDCCO. I am confident that Aveva will continue proving itself with its proven and evolving technology in Iraq, which will play a great role for Aveva’s growth in the region.”
Aveva Plant is a set of integrated applications for plant engineering, design and design management providing the fastest, most productive and risk-free toolset to design, build and revamp plant of any size and complexity. Aveva Plant provides integration of engineering and 3D design data, flexibility in the choice of engineering authoring tools such as P&ID applications, the most productive 3D plant design solution in the world, and concurrent global project execution.