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Rajesh G. Miranda

Wellhead Solutions opens Dubai office

, June 11, 2019

Wellhead Solutions, a specialist in wellhead equipment, has opened its Dubai office recently. 
The company, a supplier of raw and forged, semi-machined and fully machined materials and offering heat treatment, mechanical testing, welding, service and refurbishment of oilfield equipment, has facilities including warehouse and manufacturing unit in China. 
Headquartered in China, it has offices in the US, the UK and Singapore, says Rajesh G. Miranda, Regional General Manager (Middle East), Wellhead Solutions Co, Ltd.
“We are the global vendor for three major oil and gas companies. This is our starting point in the Middle East and we are using these existing companies as a reference to build our new clientele. We have already received expressions of interest from some Middle East companies even in this short period,” he says.
Capable of undertaking turnkey projects, Wellhead solutions is an API & ISO accredited company. It is dedicated towards providing quality products and services in time to its customers. The company is always striving towards achieving a process of continuous improvement as its core value, he says.
Talking about how competitive are Wellhead Solutions’ offerings, Miranda says: “Today's market is very competitive, even a slight cost variation on the long run helps big companies. When quality is not compromised and cost is competitive, definitely you are in the lead. It is like when budget airlines started in the Middle East. A lot of people were wondering why budget airlines, but today one can see the market share it has. This shows that at the end of the day, you reach your destination either luxury or mean.” 
Currently every industry is in a cost saving mode or embracing mean manufacturing. If a company can provide goods in a quick delivery time, definitively it is becomes top in the pecking order. Secondly, the strategic location of this region, its trade openness, dollar peg and the large number of ports and infrastructure available makes it logistically possible for a newcomer to compete with inland companies, he observes. -- Tradearabia News Service


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