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Logicamms wins $15m in contracts

UPDATE 2.20pm: Logicamms says it has won $15 million worth of new contracts for clients including Samsung C&T, Chevron and Oil Search.

Managing director Matthew Adamo said the contracts recognised the capability of LogiCamms to help enhance the value and performance of its client's assets, both in the minerals and metals and hydrocarbons sectors.

The contract with Samsung C&T is to provide engineering and procurement services for the Roy Hill iron ore mine in the Pilbara.

Logicamms said the contract would draw on its specialised knowledge and experience in control system integration.

The company said the contract with Oil Search involved engineering and asset performance services, particularly the delivery of competency training and competency assurance services.

"An expanded team is also being deployed with Chevron for services on the Gorgon LNG project," the company said.

"LogiCamms provides asset performance services to Chevron and the expanded team deepens this relationship and help support the platform for a growing hydrocarbons business in WA."

Logicamms shares closed up half a cent at 93.5 cents.

The West Australian

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