Dietsmann’s unrelenting focus on its core activities and on the quality of its services has resulted in it becoming the largest independent company specializing in Operation & Maintenance services and Maintenance Engineering & Inspection for continuous-production plant in the oil & gas, conventional and nuclear power generation and mining industries.
In August 2017 Dietsmann acquired 97.5% of the shares of Energoremont Holding in Bulgaria. With Energoremont, Dietsmann not only took control of the largest maintenance company in Bulgaria, but also acquired access to the nuclear and conventional power and mining sectors in the Balkan Peninsula and Eastern Europe.
Dietsmann sees great potential for expansion in Bulgaria and the Balkan countries and will focus on the further development of DietsmannEnergoremont’s core activities – the maintenance, optimization and modification of power generating, refinery and mining facilities, including the introduction and application of new technologies in training, monitoring and inspection. The name of the company was changed to DietsmannEnergoremont in November 2017.
Dietsmann is well positioned to maintain its leading position thanks to its unmatched base of satisfied clients, its experience and expertise and its optimal employment of local resources. This combination ensures the provision of world-class plant Operation & Maintenance plus, at the same time, the creation of good employee relations and local development.
Dietsmann not only serves many international and national energy companies worldwide, it also operates and maintains production plants in the oil & gas, conventional and nuclear power generation and mining industries. The power plants that Dietmann maintains have a combined installed capacity of over 15 Gigawatts of both gas and steam turbine-driven power units.
Dietsmann currently employs more than 6,000 people and has a local presence in more countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and South America than any of its competitors.
Dietsmann is an independent, privately held company and has no plans to change this. Dietsmann is not affiliated with any manufacturer or construction engineering firm and, unlike some other providers of ‘independent’ maintenance services, does not use its services as an outpost for manufacturing and selling spare parts or upgrades.
In 2017 Dietsmann’s total revenue is of EUR 310 million (2016: EUR 325 million).
Dietsmann has always and will always put its clients and their objectives first, but will never compromise the safety of people and the environment or the quality of its services. Dietsmann has always and will always operate in a way that reflects its corporate culture, a culture that includes the ethics values of integrity, respect, loyalty, efficiency and transparency.