Flexlife expands in Brazil

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Flexlife has expanded its operations in Brazil to increase its capacity across South America. The company is targeting initial revenue of approximately £4million ($6.3 million) per year, but that is expected to increase by 30-60% per year within two years. 

In addition to the new office accommodation in Rio de Janeiro at Rua Assembleia, Flexlife is manufacturing its integrity management products locally and offering a full assembly, deployment and maintenance service by staff based in the region.

Leonardo Dias, executive manager Brazil, said: “Our aim is to establish ourselves in Brazil and also target work in Venezuela. We have recruited a team of engineering, technical and support staff who are all highly experienced in the Brazilian oil and gas market.’’

09/13/2011



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