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Atlas Copco wins major contract from SABIC in Saudi Arabia

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Atlas Copco Bolt Tightening Solutions has announced that it has been awarded a major contract with SABIC in Saudi Arabia. The ‘call-out’ contract covers all SABIC’s requirements for bolt tightening, either as part of routine maintenance or a scheduled shutdown, was won through local Agent Sendan International Co. Ltd.

Won against major competition, this is an extremely prestigious contract for the newly established team in Saudi Arabia. The team in the Middle East is headed by PCA Mohan, who is responsible for a dedicated team of Business Managers and engineers within the region to ensure global standards of implementation with localised delivery.

Commenting on the contract win, Mohan said: “The combination of our highly skilled and knowledgeable engineers, the renowned Tentec range of bolt tightening equipment and the alliance and support of a well established service provider, Sendan International Co. Ltd. gave us that important advantage. We have specifically set up business processes that enable us to react quickly, when necessary and we can call on large numbers of engineers and equipment resources to manage all sizes of projects.”

The dedicated team for Saudi Arabia has its headquarters in the industrial city of Al-Jubail, under the strong sponsorship of Sendan International Co. Ltd., where the majority of SABIC’s affiliates are based. However, a satellite office has recently been set up in Yanbu on the Red Sea to ensure engineers can react quickly to the demands of the affiliates based in this region of Saudi Arabia. The Sendan-Tentec division is headed by a well experienced Manager, Manoj Kumar, who brings with him extensive experience in this line of business.

Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling

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