WOOD Group Intetech (WGI) is growing its Malaysia operations in response to heightened demand for its services, the company said.
WGI is known for its innovative software solutions ECE, iWIT and iQRA, but says the continued demand for its materials selection, corrosion studies and risk-based inspection consultancy expertise has driven its recent expansion.
A growing client base has enabled the company to appoint new technical staff members to support this increasing demand, the company said.
WGI engineering manager for Asia Pacific, Andrew Spowage said in the ‘lower for longer’ oil price environment, solutions that can reduce cost, improve efficiency and increase productivity remain top of the agenda.
“We’re helping operators manage the integrity of their existing assets so that they can make better decisions that maximise value across their operations.”
WGO founder and managing director Liane Smith was pleased with the Malaysia teams performance in supporting local clients.
“Our continued effort in delivering high quality, high value services is paying off – cementing our reputation for delivering on time and to a world class standard,” Dr Smith added.