In recognition of continued growth, CETCO Oilfield Services, specialists in cost effective waste water management systems for the oil and gas industry, has moved to newly built premises in Portlethen, Aberdeen. In 2000, CETCO only had one UK based employee, seven years on the company now has more than 40 employees and Aberdeen has become the company’s regional headquarters for the rest of the world.
Having outgrown offices in Maitland Quay, CETCO has moved to new, larger premises in Portlethen which have the capacity to allow for continued future growth.
The new site is home to a modern office building on two floors, including a large workshop and warehouse. Having invested substantially in the move, CETCO, owned by American mineral specialists AMCOL, believe its new premises marks the company’s commitment to continue developing Aberdeen as its regional headquarters.
“The level at which we have grown and expanded over the last seven years has been incredible, and this move signals our commitment to the North East economy,” said Morris Hoagland, General Manager of CETCO Oilfield Services Company. “The new workshops and office space allow for our personnel to work in an environment that is spacious and modern. We also believe that this move marks the beginning of our long term investment in the North Sea industry – in addition to our global operations.”
CETCO Oilfield Services specialise in cost-effective environmental systems and products designed to treat completion fluid, acid flowbacks and produced water for the oil and gas industry.