JMJ is pleased to announce the opening of its new Business Unit in Kazakhstan. The Business Unit will be headquartered in Atyrau and will support the growth of the business in the Caspian region in addition to the expansion of JMJ's European business.  

JMJ's portfolio of work in Kazakhstan is growing rapidly and includes supporting Tengizchevroil's extensive range of major and minor capital projects as well as the $5.4billion Caspian Pipeline Consortium project spanning Kazakhstan and Russia. In order to respond to the increasing demand for JMJ's Incident and Injury-Free™(IIF™) safety and High Performance Projects™, the Business Unit will provide the best support possible for the clientele throughout the Caspian region.

"Opening a new business unit in Atyrau has allowed us to develop local capability which enables us to work in an even closer partnership with our clients," said Simon Marshall, Regional Director of EMEA. "We are proud to be part of the development of this region. We look forward to further building our local team."

JMJ's Consulting Manager, Robin Wood, will lead the new Business Unit that will create new openings for the company, sourcing local capability to fill many of these openings. This milestone will mark JMJ's stand for improving safety, enabling High Performance in organizations and on large capital projects and, ultimately, making the difference to people's lives in the region.