HTL, provider of controlled bolting, flange working and portable machine solutions has announced that it has joined the EIC, the trade association for UK-registered companies that supply capital goods and services to the energy industries worldwide.
The EIC has a membership base of more than 600 companies working in the global energy industries. The EIC’s mission is to support its members in marketing and selling their energy products and services in the UK and overseas. It provides business intelligence, networking opportunities including exhibitions and trade missions, training, consultancy and business support services that are designed to help companies capitalise on international opportunities while reducing some of the associated risk, for example through the use of the EIC’s international office infrastructure.
Stephen Jones, Group CEO, HTL Group comments, “We are pleased to be joining the EIC and look forward to becoming active members as we seek to offer our 100% British made, torque and tension tooling, flange working and bespoke hydraulic equipment requirements to the energies industries worldwide. We believe that the EIC’s wealth of industry experience overseas and their comprehensive tracking of new business opportunities will be extremely valuable in helping us to increase our market share in what is an increasingly challenging marketplace.”
Stuart Broadley, CEO of the EIC welcomes HTL, “We are delighted to welcome HTL as a member of the EIC and look forward to supporting their short and long-term business goals through the comprehensive range of services we offer.”