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A reliable partnership aids Yorkshire firm’s Middle Eastern expansion

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A reliability solutions business that launched from Yorkshire 18 months ago has formed a new partnership to aid its expansion to the Middle East.

West Yorkshire-based Pro-Reliability Solutions has joined forces with Hugaas Asset Management based in Dubai to offer a comprehensive suite of asset management solutions.

Headed up by Holmfirth-based businessman, Gary Tyne, Pro-Reliability Solutions (PRS) launched in April 2018 to support manufacturing industries with a focus on reliability and continuous improvement.

Since formation the firm has supported 14 businesses across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe.

Founder of PRS, Gary Tyne comments:
“Since forming the company 18 months ago we have had huge success locally and across Europe. This opportunity to join forces with Hugaas Asset Management in Dubai will allow us to meet our growth plans and extend our offering beyond Europe.”

The Dubai based managing director for Hugaas Asset Management, Paul Daugalis added:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Pro-Reliability Solutions, a young and innovative company which has demonstrated excellent growth since its launch. Together we will be offering a comprehensive program that supports asset management and the journey of continuous improvement.”

Both Paul and Gary have built enviable reputations within the global asset management arena having worked in the sector for 35 years each. Together they will now look to build on this reputation within the Middle Eastern market.

The partnership will offer five key elements that support a company’s reliability needs, which includes reliability in design, reliability leadership, asset strategy optimisation, defect elimination and work management.

Both companies work with multi-million-pound firms in the oil and gas, manufacturing, food and beverage, healthcare services and power generation sectors, to develop asset management programmes that keep things simple.