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Frontier International announces significant increase in service sector portfolio

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Frontier International, specialists in international oil and gas resourcing, has announced a service sector contract portfolio increase from 6 client contracts to 13 client contracts in this sector during 2014.

Well known for providing personnel and associated services to the industry’s major operators, the company says the increase can be attributed to recent expansion into the local and international oil and gas service sector. Whilst continuing to work on a substantial number of global contracts with the major operators, this constitutes over a 100% increase for Frontier in its activity within the service sector.

Frontier chairman, Mark Clarke explains that the diversification into the service sector was a clear strategic move: “We are delighted to report on this successful expansion into the supply sector. Over the past two years, a key business development driver for us has been the anticipated long-term decline in the UK operator sector, which we are aiming to mitigate by increasing our overall overseas activity and specifically our service sector activity in the UK.

“Frontier’s senior management all have a service industry background, which inevitably helps us offer that unparalleled understanding of the roles for which we recruit. To continue the company’s growth, it made sense for us to turn our skills towards the service sector. Blending the disciplines of expert engineering and recruitment allows us to offer a resourcing service like no other, meaning we truly speak our clients’ language.”

As well as working with the service sector, Frontier also works with the majority of operators, on both a local and international basis. In addition, international client demand has led the company to successfully expand in several key regions, with wholly owned subsidiaries established in India, Tanzania and Trinidad and Tobago.

Adapted from press release by Joe Green

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