Weatherford International

December 7, 2012

Weatherford International officially opened a new strategic base for Asia Pacific operations in Singapore last month to meet increasing demand for services across the region. The four-storey facility brings together the company’s 300-strong workforce on the island republic for the first time – previously it operated from 11 different buildings or plots in two primary locations – and incorporates manufacturing and technology, assembly and test, repair and maintenance, plus warehousing. Weatherford COO Peter Fontana said: ‘We have identified significant growth potential in emerging markets such as Bangladesh, Brunei, Vietnam, Philippines and Myanmar and our investment in this new facility is a milestone in the evolution of our business in these key areas.’



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