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Save the Date, 100% British Made tools from HTL Group at ADIPEC 2019.

Posted by stephen avv

24-Oct-2019

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Save the Date, 100% British Made tools from HTL Group at ADIPEC 2019.

Once again HTL Group is exhibiting at ADIPEC, the premier Oil and Gas event in Abu Dhabi. Located in the National Exhibition Center from the 11th to the 14th November, the HTL team will be showcasing their 100% British Made, ever-increasing product range of Controlled Bolting tools and equipment.

Today, the Middle East is where we have seen major investments with some of the world's largest companies, like the Royal Dutch Shell and BP having important trading relationships in the region. It's well documented that the Middle East has high levels of oil reserves accounting for 40% of the worlds known oil. This makes the area globally dominating in the Oil and Gas industry.

The UK is one of the most open economies for exporting its goods and services with the Middle East region being one of the most important markets of today, therefore, it's important for industries in the UK, connected to the Oil and Gas sector, to engage and network with trading partners.

Acknowledging this importance, HTL Group remains prominent in the industry by showcasing and networking at events regularly, with ADIPEC being an integral part of this activity. Located on the UK Pavilion in Hall 8, the HTL team are back for the third year running, providing live demonstrations of the brand-new asset management software iCalibrate 2.0 and showcasing their OEM range of Controlled Bolting premium tools. Included with this equipment is the Working at Height Product Range that provides customers with ultimate operator safety, preventing dropped objects, increasing efficiency and durability with tools such as the DSX Hydraulic Torque Wrench.

ADIPEC provides a platform for companies just like HTL Group, offering a chance to engage with other likeminded companies as well as sharing innovative industry knowledge. Most importantly to HTL, it's gaining potential partnerships within the region and building a customer base that aims to improve their controlled bolting processes with innovatively manufactured torque wrenches and tensioners. 

For further information, visit HTL on Stand 8432, Hall 8 at ADIPEC or contact us before the event to arrange a meeting, www.htlgroup.com/contact



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