AVEVA opens Saudi Arabia office

OE Staff
Wednesday, January 14, 2015

AVEVA opened a new office in Saudi Arabia to strengthen its presence in the Middle East and further enhance its growing global network.

The office will offer sales and support for all of AVEVA’s solutions and services, with particular focus on owner operators (OOs) and engineering, procurement and construction (EPCs) contractors in the oil & gas and power sectors.

“This strategic location in Saudi Arabia positions AVEVA to add even greater value to our growing client base in the Middle East,” says Richard Longdon, AVEVA CEO. “The new office is another example of our continued investment to deliver local sales and support where our customers operate. We will be focused on helping our OO and EPC customers improve their businesses through predictable project delivery and reliable operations.” 

“At AVEVA we recognize how important it is to provide service and support in local language and in accordance with local culture,” says Helmut Schuller, AVEVA executive vice president, group sales. “Saudi Arabia represents a key market. It has the world’s largest crude oil production capacity and the plan to increase electricity generating capacity to 120Gw by 2032. We will be on the ground to offer solutions that can be used across the project and asset life cycle, ensuring our customers can anticipate changing technology needs and business objectives.”

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