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Global OEM Returns to Offshore Europe with Brand New Product Launches


Published Aug 3, 2017
HTL Group - Aberdeen OE 2017
The group’s HTL Group Scotland facility in Dyce, Aberdeen, the OEM is ideally located to offer the full range of controlled bolting equipment, joint integrity tooling, portable machines, cutting and maintenance tools and fluid power solutions to industry (photo: HTL Group)

HTL Group, global OEM of controlled bolting and fluid power solutions return to this year’s SPE Offshore Europe at stand 1F45.

Showcasing a range of innovative new products, HTL’s friendly team look forward to welcoming visitors to their stand to discuss and demonstrate these latest innovations.

Following the relocation and launch of the group’s HTL Group Scotland facility in Dyce, Aberdeen, the OEM is ideally located to offer the full range of controlled bolting equipment, joint integrity tooling, portable machines, cutting and maintenance tools and fluid power solutions to industry.

Driven by a “can do” culture, the group is wholly focused on delivering safe and cost effective solutions backed up by globally recognised approved training, asset management, site based, and engineered to order services, all of which will be showcased on the stand.

Marc Gerrard, Business Manager, HTL Group Scotland comments, “The team at HTL Group Scotland are very excited to be attending Offshore Europe this year. Offshore Europe is the ideal platform for us to show and share our latest innovations with industry professionals who would benefit from our ever expanding product and service solutions. We have some exciting new products to bring to the show this year which have been designed ultimately to make our client’s lives easier.”

Whilst at Offshore Europe, the OEM will be launching at least three brand new products demonstrating their lasting commitment to providing the industry with innovative customer first solutions.

Tags: HTL Group




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