A new company which represents the next generation of creative solutions for the oil and gas completions market has underlined its commitment to achieving international growth from its North East foundations.
Specialising in design, manufacture and application, Westhill-based Vulcan Completion Products (VCP) draws on more than a century of combined industry experience to offer bespoke, innovative and ground-breaking solutions to explore new frontiers in application-based engineering solutions around the world. From centralisation, reamer and guide shoes to float equipment, cement plugs, stop collars and cable protectors VCP’s emphasis lies firmly on being a quality service provider, consistently exceeding client expectations.
Most recently, the company has joined forces with two North East engineering machine shops for the manufacture of its Probe Reamer Shoe and Premium Float Equipment, with three more local locations currently being explored to maximise capacity. Meanwhile, the fostering of relationships with two UK production facilities has enabled the manufacture of key product lines. Ongoing collaborative efforts with a specialist engineering manufacturer will further expand the offering from Vulcan Completion Products.
Internationally, specialist manufacturing suppliers in India and China have been selected to supply products for the Asian, Middle East and Caspian markets.
Commenting on the news, Vulcan Completion Products’ founder Ian Kirk said: “Our focus on setting new performance standards with revolutionary products requires manufacturing capabilities of the very highest standard. We are delighted to be working with like-minded, specially selected UK and overseas companies to deliver top drawer products to our growing client base, wherever they may be.”
To find out more, visit www.vulcan-cp.com
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