Chemstore and Firevault to forge links with Qatar and Australia

April 7, 2015

Chemstore and Firevault have now taken further steps towards reaching a Global market with our specialist storage systems.

Chemstore have recently partnered with a well-established local supplier of safety equipment in Qatar. BIEWU International ( Doha, Qatar, will partner with Chemstore and together will grow our client base extensively in the Middle East. BIEWU International owner and Managing Director Riaz Adams has signed an agreement with Chemstore and Firevault Systems to introduce our product range to potential clients throughout the region.


BIEUW will also open an office in Dubai next month to further extend our combined reach.

Chemstore are already fulfilling orders under this agreement. An order for a large FIREVAULT Lubricant Distribution Store has been placed by RasGas Company Ltd (


This is a major breakthrough for the company in the Middle East and will hopefully lead to many more FIREVAULTS being supplied to the region.

Chemstore/Firevault Business Model.
Given the highly technical nature of our storage systems once our partners introduce us to a client, our technical engineers meet the client at their own facility, wherever in the world that may be. We then design a bespoke system to suit the bespoke requirements of the end user.

Having RasGas as a reference site in this part of the world is probably the biggest marketing tool we can ever have and we would expect to have one of our engineers based full time in Doha in the very near future.

Chemstore/Firevault in Australia.
Chemstore and Firevault have also drawn up an agreement with an Irish engineer based in Perth, Australia. Alan McNamara spent a number of years working in Limerick before he immigrated to Australia will now represent Chemstore at the Oil & Gas Exhibition in Perth next week. As Chemstore is an Enterprise Ireland backed company, Alan was able to network with the clients visiting the EI stand at the show.

Alan will be meeting with many companies we are already in discussions with, following our recent project in Aberdeen. He will be introducing our DNV 2.7-2 certified Hazardous Material Store (the World’s first such certified offshore store) which is specifically designed and certified for use in zoned areas on Oil and Gas Rigs.

We believe we need to have a global presence in this market in order to satisfy the needs of the client base we are seeking to do business with. This is part of the carefully planned growth strategy, which is being implemented during the next 3 years.

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