KOP Surface Products Launches New Website

To support its growth and development as a relatively new industry brand and to bring faster and more efficient service to its customers worldwide, KOP Surface Products has launched a new website. The new website will be a central marketing and information platform for the oil and gas equipment manufacturer as KOP is expanding both its global scope and customer base.

KOP Surface Products supplies surface wellheads, Christmas trees and other important equipment to the oil and gas industry whilst also providing a range of Lifecycle Services, including rental, maintenance, repair and refurbishment. The company manufactures its full line of products at its large facility in Batam, Indonesia. Products are tailored to customer needs to meet their strict requirements and high standards, and serviced via a growing network of local engineering, sales and support bases. The operational network is already covering a substantial amount of Asia and the Middle East, and is continuously growing. Andy Briston, VP of Marketing and Sales at KOP, said:

“The new website provides easy access to information about our product range, services, values, organisation, facilities and much more. We will use the site to tell our story as we continue to build our organisation and the new design makes it easier for visitors to navigate through the site. At KOP Surface Products we’re committed to offering more reliable and cost-effective solutions to our customers and we also want our services to set new standards in this business. Our improved website is a step in the right direction towards this goal.”

For further information, contact:

Thiago Slivak
Sales Development Manager
T: +65 6880 8236

Ben Shaw
T: +65 6408 3861

About KOP Surface Products:

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.