“...our new location helps to accommodate our expected growth and showcases our commitment to our clients around the globe. We want to do everything we can to continue to serve our clients at the highest levels, and a facility upgrade is just one of the ways we aim to make this happen.”
SUFFOLK, England (PRWEB) January 28, 2019
After 45 years in residence, Petrotech (UK) Limited has announced the relocation of its former Western Way facility to a new location just 10 minutes away on Bunting Road in Bury St. Edmond, Suffolk. The new office is near three main roads, including A14, A134 and A143.
This full-service office will serve utility companies, hydroelectric facilities, engineering consulting firms, traditional power plants, nuclear plants and other energy-related companies throughout the United Kingdom and other parts of the globe.
“Although it’s just a few miles away, our new location helps to accommodate our expected growth and showcases our commitment to our clients around the globe,” said David Lavie, vice president of marketing at Petrotech. “We want to do everything we can to continue to serve our clients at the highest levels, and a facility upgrade is just one of the ways we aim to make this happen.”
Petrotech’s reciprocating and turbomachinery control systems are made to assist companies that operate compressors, turbines, generators, pumps, diesel engines and gas engines. Clients who travel to visit the Bunting Road facility or those in close proximity will have direct access to general customer support and technical support, along with on-site products, software and other services.
To learn more about Petrotech, visit the company website at http://www.petrotechinc.com or contact them directly at +44 (0)1284 630410. The new United Kingdom office is located at:
Unit 3, Bunting Road
Bury St. Edmunds
Suffolk, IP32 7BX
Since 1978, Petrotech has provided customized control system solutions to energy-related companies around the world. They design and install turnkey systems that monitor turbines, generators and mechanical systems in major markets, including oil and gas, petrochemical and refining, power generation, industrial automation, and marine applications.