Rider Hunt International, a project services company in operation for more than 50 years, has announced the launch of a new corporate brand identity and name. The organisation, a subsidiary of Wood, will now be known as rhi.
rhi specialises in providing project services to energy and natural resource customers with global expertise in quantity surveying, estimating and projects controls, contract management and recruitment. It operates across the full asset life cycle from concept to decommissioning, through a network of dedicated offices in the UK, US, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Singapore and Malaysia.
David Paterson, managing director for rhi, comments: “Over the past 50 years, rhi has built a strong reputation for delivering market-leading cost management solutions.
“We are strategically focused on strengthening our business in key regions and the evolution of our identity simplifies our brand and supports this growth strategy. Our new identity builds upon our wealth of specialist project knowledge, but also opens the door for new opportunities for our customers and employees.
“This is an exciting time for the company and marks a strategic milestone in our future direction.
“The launch of the new rhi brand builds on the company’s presence in the Australian market, through the integration of affiliate business, Altablue, to deliver project resourcing expertise and talent management systems.”
David continues: “We are currently deploying more than 2500 contingent workers and our talent capability is focused on developing responsive, lean and technology-enabled solutions, ensuring that the best people are sourced, assessed, managed and retained throughout customer projects.
“Our focus on our customers’ needs, combined with the business, financial and technological support of our global parent company, Wood, enables us to support new and existing customers, building successful relationships.”
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