Proserv, KLAW Products Join Forces in Middle East

Proserv has formed a strategic partnership with KLAW Products to offer an enhanced field safety service preventing offshore spills in the Middle East.

The agreement will see Proserv offering KLAW’s products across the region while also delivering in-country technical support. KLAW Products supplies breakaway couplings and emergency release systems for the safe transfer of hazardous and non-hazardous material.

Garry Kidd, vice president at Proserv, said: “Establishing a partnership with KLAW Products is very exciting for Proserv. Not only can we provide this service supporting operators in improving the safety of their work, but we can also offer our UAE, Qatar and Saudi Arabia customers unrivalled response speeds, enhanced customer service and technical support across the KLAW product range.”

Dominic Hinchey, sales director at KLAW Products, added: “We are delighted to be working with Proserv. Their local knowledge and technical expertise will prove to be invaluable to companies involved in the transfer of liquids and gases.”

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