OMNI wins big contract for design/build of pharmaceutical water system

OMNI Technologies Inc. was awarded a second phase for the complete design and build of the USP Pure Water Final Rinse Systems for a major pharmaceutical company, bringing its total revenues on the Puerto Rican project to over $2.2 million...

Nov 16th, 2004

KULPSVILLE, PA, Nov. 13, 2004 -- OMNI Technologies Inc. (OTI), an established supplier of engineered systems, automation/process technology, skid/cart fabrication and instrumentation services, has been awarded a second phase for the complete design and build of the USP Pure Water Final Rinse Systems for a major pharmaceutical company, bringing its total revenues on the Puerto Rican project to over $2.2 million.

"We will fabricate an additional five skid systems for them," said Robert Ciotti, OMNI Technologies operations director, "as well as provide the design, engineering, project management, PLC/HMI programming, CSV documentation/execution, start-up/training and procurement services together with two of our technology partners -- EZSoft and PharmaSys."

James Wong, project manager for OMNI's Systems Business Unit added, "The overall project should take approximately 43 weeks to complete and will be delivered to their facility in Puerto Rico. We have been able to successfully deliver, on-time and on-budget, other quality skid/cart mounted systems to this customer where schedules have been very demanding. We look forward to maintaining this track record with them."

OMNI Technologie Inc., of Kulpsville, Pa., is a Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) with a 15-year history of providing industrial control services: design, engineering, project management, programming, installation, validation documentation, project implementation, operations and maintenance training, and lifecycle service agreements. OMNI has worked with a veritable who's who of regulated manufacturers across vertical markets such as: Pharmaceuticals finishing, medical device manufacturing, batch/continuous process, water systems, and refining operations.

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