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SA Equip, and Scan Tech AS establish partnership agreement for Norwegian Sector

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SA Equip has appointed Scan Tech AS, specialists in the provision and maintenance of hazardous area equipment as their exclusive distributor for Norway.

This strategic move to expand into the Norwegian market comes after the firms continued success achieved through global distribution channels and an increased demand for safe and reliable EX equipment across heavy industries.

This new partnership will widen SA Equip’s presence in the Norwegian oil and gas market and enable Scan Tech AS to provide specialist technical advice and know-how on behalf of the company.

SA Equip have established a strong presence as a market leader in the provision of portable ATEX & IECEx equipment for use in hazardous environments. The wide range of portable heating, lighting, power distribution and ventilation products are ergonomically designed to ensure high quality is maintained to provide dependable and safe usage for employees in a range of heavy-duty application.

Scan Tech AS is renowned for their technical knowledge and experience in the design & engineering of specialist equipment used in offshore platform maintenance & modification, also well maintenance services to the marine, oil & gas industry. Scan Tech’s many years of experience in this arena combined with high quality engineering, an uncompromising commitment to quality and innovation has established them as a valuable supplier to the offshore sector.

Terry Shimwell Global Sales Director at SA Equip commented:

“Scan Tech AS have a long history of providing high quality ATEX equipment to the Norwegian marine and oil and gas sectors. Our goal, through this partnership, is to offer our customers local and bespoke excellent support and advice on our comprehensive range of EX equipment.

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