Jacobs receives contract from Syngenta in Scotland
This new fungicide plant will be similar to existing azoxystrobin plant at the Grangemouth facility except for debottlenecking in specific process areas. The company is currently working on front-end engineering for the project. Work is being executed from its offices in Glasgow with support from its operations in Mumbai, India. Jacobs and Syngenta will work as an integrated team to achieve smooth transitions between the different phases of this project.Jacobs vice president Allyn Taylor stated, "Syngenta is a new client for Jacobs and this project is our opportunity to form a mutually satisfying long-term relationship. We have worked with numerous leading clients at the Grangemouth site for over 10 years, and our team is confident to deliver high-value services to Syngenta for this challenging opportunity." Paul Brown, head of engineering for Syngenta, commented that "We look forward to working as a team with Jacobs to deliver this important project on budget and to schedule."