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The Singaporean subsidiary of Aberdeen oil services group OEG Offshore is celebrating winning more than £900,000 ($1.3million USD) worth of contracts during its first seven months of operations.

 Less than eight months after setting up a base in Jurong, Singapore, OEG Asia Pacific PTE Ltd (OEG APac) has secured deals in China, Malaysia, Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Phillippines. A range of products were provided to each region ranging from cargo-carrying units to specialist A60 cabins and DNV containers.
The firm – which specialises in the design, build and rental of cabins and cargo-carrying units for the offshore oil and gas market – is hoping to further expand its share of the container industry when it exhibits at the Subsea Asia 2010 conference in Kuala Lumpur from Wednesday, June 9, until Friday, June 11.
John Aw, regional director of OEG APac, will be fronting the company's stand at the show.
He said: “OEG APac was launched as part of OEG Offshore's plans to expand globally and our presence in Singapore meant that we could offer on the ground support to customers who work in the Asia Pacific region.
“Since it was launched in November 2009, OEG APac has enjoyed huge success in the region. Our ability to offer tailored services to customers and deliver projects within limited timescales has allowed us to build up a good reputation in a short space of time and awareness of our presence in Singapore continues to grow rapidly.
“Subsea Asia will be a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase OEG APac's services and products to the Asia Pacific market and we are looking forward to exhibiting at the event for the first time.”
OEG APac will be appearing at stand 5512 on the Scottish Development International section at Subsea Asia 2010 in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur.