An international leader in the provision of creative solutions for the oil and gas completions market has cemented its commitment to the Middle East with a move to larger premises to accommodate a growing team in this key region.
Just four years after attending ADIPEC for the first time, Vulcan Completion Products (VCP) has relocated to larger office space in Dubai. From the new regional office, the recently expanded team – which now comprises four people – will enhance VCP’s foothold within the Middle East region. The area is deemed to be of paramount strategic importance, both historically and in the company’s ambitious growth plans.
Supported by headquarters in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and a global network of agents, the company sells directly to IOCs, major players and headline service companies. Earlier this year, VCP revealed that it is working with exclusive Brunei agent OVB and won a significant contract to supply floats and centralisers equipment and accessories to Shell Brunei. The five-year contract – taking VCP kit to Brunei for the first time ever – was awarded after a tender process and includes the option of two, one-year extensions. It allows the exclusive supply of Vulcan equipment to service the project.
Vulcan Completion Products’ (VCP) team specialises in design, manufacture and application VCP draws on more than 200 years of combined industry experience to offer bespoke, innovative and ground-breaking solutions. From centralisation, reamer and guide shoes to float equipment, cement plugs, group collars and cable protectors VCP has an unmatched record of success, with the emphasis firmly on being a quality service provider who consistently exceeds client expectations.
Looking ahead to ADIPEC and the company’s future in the Middle East in the longer term, Vulcan Completion Products’ Managing Director Ian Kirk said:
“As one of our key growth markets, it is imperative that we correctly position ourselves with the Middle East and having the right people on board is central to that strategy.
“By evolving our presence in the region, we are able to better serve an expanding customer based and events such as ADIPEC are crucial in allowing face-ot-face contact with existing and prospective clients.”
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