NAES corporation and C.C.JENSEN announce preferred vendor agreement

Posted on February 5, 2015

ISSAQUAH, WA –NAESsm Corporation, a broad-based provider of services to the energy industry, has entered into a preferred-vendor agreement with C.C. Jensen, an industry leader in oil-filtration systems and related products for power-generation facilities.

NAES has formed over 40 such relationships to provide extra value to power-plant owners in the NAES-operated fleet through preferential services, priority scheduling and cost concessions. Plant owners benefit from significant reductions in operating expenses and improved service response.

“At NAES we focus on safety, compliance, performance and maintaining asset value,” said George Wackerhagen, Senior Vice President of Plant Operations at NAES. “Our preferred-vendor program helps us enhance an owner’s return. Adding C.C. Jensen to this program helps our customers extend machine/component life and demonstrates our commitment to maintaining the value of their assets.”

Stig Due, CEO of C.C. Jensen, added, “It is a privilege for our global team to join NAES in its mission to improve power-plant efficiency. Our strength stems from our rich 60-year history of delivering consistent quality and innovation and from our solution-based dialogue with our valued customers.”

About C.C. Jensen
A family-owned company founded in Denmark in 1953, C.C. Jensen provides prompt local service worldwide through its 15 offices and nearly 100 distributors. Its CJCTM product line has become an industry standard for gear-oil filtration, turbine-oil conditioning and fuel conditioning.

About NAES
For over 30 years, NAES has specialized in providing services centered on safe, reliable and cost-effective performance including operations and maintenance; engineering and technical services; and construction and maintenance services to the broader energy industry.
NAES is part of ITOCHU Corporation. With operations in over 80 countries covering a broad range of industries, ITOCHU ranks among the world’s largest corporations.