Following success, Zadok Technologies rebrands business

Zadok Technologies

Zadok Technologies, an oilfield services company, is celebrating the doubling of its business every year since the company’s launch in 2008 with a rebranding of its logo, website, and overall corporate identity. Zadok’s new brand identity was designed by BrightBox.

Starting off as a small firm, Zadok now has more than 100 employees, and it  has serviced sites globally in countries including India, Singapore, Russia, and Mexico. While many of the drilling contractors and corporations enlisting their aid are based in the US, Zadok’s “Z Tiger Team” has been commissioned to install, maintain, and upgrade electrical and mechanical equipment at shipyards, oil rigs, and field sites internationally.

Offering 24/7 emergency onsite response, Zadok’s catalog of services includes engineering support, E&I construction, and electrical and mechanical design, field installation, repair, and upgrade services. Applications include offshore vessels such as drill ships, in addition to onshore land rigs and refineries.

Based in Houston, Texas, Zadok Technologies provides field services, installation, and commissioning to the oil and gas industry.



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