When it comes to routine subsea structural inspections, Westerton Access has been a go-getter for their worldwide clientele thanks to their innovative subsea inspection methods, which have allowed them to maximise cost and safety efficiency with little operational downtime. Now the company has strengthened their global presence by establishing two additional international sites, to support its growing client needs.
Alongside the previously established sites in the UK and Saudi Arabia, Westerton Access UAE and USA are now operational. Louis Pietranek, Managing Director has said, “We are thrilled to add two new operating locations to our business. These strategically placed business units are vital to the business growth plans, and will greatly assist our clients with the support they need locally in these regions and beyond”.
Established in 2015 in the UK, the organisation has subsequently risen to become a worldwide frontrunner in providing project services and offshore UWILD on mobile rigs and vessels..The firm's client base has become more diverse due to the introduction of additional services, such as asset deployed offshore platform inspections.
Further commenting on the growth objectives, Louis Pietranek noted that “The success of Westerton Access over the past few years can be attributed to the business's determination to innovate and create unique solutions to client needs”.
By securing large contracts with prominent national energy companies and drilling contractors, Westerton Access has been able to accelerate its ambitious expansion plans, which include additional operating locations in the next 12 months.
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