Building on its 81 years of heritage, KOP Surface Products is strengthening its regional management team and expanding its facilities to deliver better service to customers and support growth in Asia.
Headquartered in Singapore, KOP Surface Products already has an established team to serve its strong customer base across Thailand, Malaysia, the Middle East and Indonesia. With new growth opportunities in new markets on the horizon, the company has taken action to strengthen its team with several new appointments.
Andy Briston has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. Although based in Singapore, he has a global role and will be traveling frequently to meet with customers worldwide and to oversee all sales and marketing activities at KOP Surface Products. Elsewhere, Tan Ewe Hin has been named as sales manager for Malaysia, Myanmar and China, while Deny Martin Panjaitan has joined the company as sales and marketing manager for Indonesia. Both report to Andy Briston.
“We are committed to delivering the best possible service to customers,” explained Gordon Cameron, CEO of KOP Surface Products. “By continuously growing our sales and marketing team we are strengthening our expert product knowledge and our ability to tailor solutions to customer needs. We pride ourselves on the expertise and experience we have and these latest additions underline that.”
Elsewhere, KOP Surface Products is expanding its service facilities in Thailand to deliver technical support closer to its onshore and offshore customers. And a new software upgrade will be rolled out globally to enable all sales staff to keep in touch with customers more easily.
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KOP Surface Products is a leading global supplier of surface wellheads, trees, valves and actuators to the oil and gas industry. With over 80 years’ experience, KOP Surface Products has pioneered dozens of industry firsts including the introduction of the first splitter wellhead. The company is headquartered in Singapore and is owned by Akastor, a new Norwegian-based oil services investment company with a portfolio of industrial holdings, real estate and other investments.