A new 4,450 m2 warehouse and workshop in Sattahip, Thailand, has opened as part of KOP Surface Products’ operational support of its Thai customers, such as Chevron, Mubadala Petroleum, Ophir Energy, and Siam Moeco.
At the recent launch of the facility this August, KOP Surface Products’ team members and guests, including Chevron’s Drilling Operations Manager, Gregory Drury, gathered to celebrate the occasion.
“As a company, we pride ourselves on the level of customer support we deliver. Opening this new facility supports that principle and offers us greater proximity to Chevron and our other customers in Thailand. This will help us increase our responsiveness in delivering parts and service support, ensuring our customers maximize the productivity and profitability of their operations,” said Gordon Cameron, CEO of KOP Surface Products.
The Sattahip facility located in the Chonburi province includes a 450 m2 office, where 15 employees will be situated. KOP Surface Products has another 30 employees at its second office at its Songkhla facility, where a 3,000 m2 warehouse sits. In addition, there are 45 other offshore service engineers that KOP Surface Products has based in Thailand.
KOP Surface Products supplies surface wellheads, trees, valves, actuators and other equipment to the oil and gas industry. Its products are built to exacting standards and maintained by a network of local engineers.
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 Norwegian-based oil services investment company with a portfolio of industrial holdings and other investments.