Rigworld International Services Limited, a wholly Ghanaian owned company in the oil and gas sector has signed a network partner agreement with Scottish firm, Hydrasun.
The agreement was signed when the Scottish Development International Trade Mission paid a working visit to Ghana.
Vice President for International Business Development at Hydrasun, Red Fraser, observed his company decided to enter intosuch a partnership to grow their international presence.
“Hydrasun’s Network Partner initiative was introduced to grow our international presence and to offer our customers a local service in the oil and gas provinces that they are situated. Key to this strategy is ensuring that local companies and local employees are engaged and developed to provide Hydrasun’s trademark quality and speed of response.
He commended the high level of professionalism that Rigworld has exhibited over the past years in the country’s oil and gas sector hence their decision to partner them for their mutual benefit.
Fraser said, “Rigword’s reputation in Ghana forbusiness professionalism and for providing quality services made them a natural partner to work with. Our association with them commenced over a year ago andthe partnership agreement is the next step in what has become a successful andmutually beneficial working relationship.”
CEO for Rigworld International Services Limited, Kofi Abban expressed his gratitude to the Scottish delegation for the trust reposed in his company and assured them of their commitment to the Network Partner Agreement.
Under the agreement, Rigword’s appointment as anauthorized Network Partner will enable them to offer all of Hydrasun’s products and services to the Ghanaian market from a purpose-built facility in Takoradi, capital of the Western Region and partner agreement in-country mobile workshops. Enditem.