Frames opens office in Dubai

March 23, 2016

Frames announces the opening of a new office in Dubai as the most recent expansion of Frames’ operations in the Middle East. Laurent van Helden, General Manager Frames Middle East, says the office in Dubai is a new step to cover oil and gas customers in Dubai and the northern Emirates and to take advantage of Dubai’s strategic location where many international oil and gas companies are located.

“At Frames, we are still developing our scope in the Middle East region. Frames is engaging with various clients to take partnerships to a higher level, like joint technology development and supplying total solutions to them. Dubai is an international hub for oil and gas companies, for instance many Iraqi companies are located in Dubai as well. From our new office in Dubai, we will be of better service to our Dubai clients and our clients in the northern Emirates and other Middle East countries,” explains Van Helden.

Experience in the UAE
In 2006, Frames already opened an office in Abu Dhabi to be closer to clients and gain more knowledge of the local market and supply chain. In ten years’ time, the Frames offices in the Middle East have grown to 12 employees and Frames has supplied flow control and safeguarding, separation equipment and oil and gas processing systems to all major UAE clients, like ADMA-OPCO, ADCO, ZADCO, Petrofac, Technip and NPCC. Frames also operates in other countries in the Middle East; Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman.