Sparrows Group selects Deladi Petroleum Services as sole representative in Brunei
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
The new agreement creates a partnership to deliver a broad range of equipment and services supporting reliability and operational safety in the oil and gas industry.
As part of the collaboration Deladi will have exclusive rights to supply Sparrows Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts and components in the country. This includes all crane brands that Sparrows hold intellectual property rights (IPR) for such as American Aero, Houston System, Bucyrus Erie Marine, Weatherford and Energy cranes.
Deladi has more than 30 years’ experience in providing equipment and services to the oil and gas industry in Brunei.
Stewart Mitchell, CEO of Sparrows, said: “There are over 65 cranes in operation across Brunei today which we hold the IPR for. This agreement assures quality and safety to our customers and lets them know they can purchase genuine OEM parts with a certified warranty from a local supplier they can trust.
“We have worked in Brunei for a number of years and have a successful track record delivering crane maintenance services, but Deladi is an established brand and their extensive knowledge of the market will support us in growing the business in the country. Working with a trusted local partner ensures we can deliver equipment and services wherever demand exists.”
HJ Musa Bin HJ Adnin, Managing Director of Deladi, commented: “Our facilities and infrastructure in Brunei will ensure that we can support Sparrows’ customers with a fast and competitive service.
“We are pleased to be chosen as Sparrows’ trusted partner and are already working together to tender for projects where their expertise and experience will enhance the support of crane operations.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/product-news/28052019/sparrows-group-selects-deladi-petroleum-services-as-sole-representative-in-brunei/
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