AnTech has doubled its team of engineers despite a prolonged period of low oil prices.
The firm, which now totals 50, has also set up a new service base in Texas and operations base in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia.
The UK company is based out Exeter Airport Business Park. The firm, which was financial backed by Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, has increased its product sales by 52% in the past year.
Founder Toni Miszewski said: “We have recently appointed Jan Ward, new chairman for our board of directors, who will work with us to further strengthen our international presence and pursue our international growth strategy. We have a highly skilled workforce here at AnTech, a team that I am very proud of and grateful to for all of their hard work and commitment to this firm. Thanks to them, we are a key player in the oil and gas industry and have already made significant advancement in our products, designs and services.”
Business development manager Clare Miszewska said the firm was eyeing further growth.
She added: “We recruit a high proportion of our staff locally. Some are graduates from the local universities, whilst others have been recruited from college via apprenticeships and the YINI scheme. Our products and services are unique, with only a few other organisations offering similar services across the world. We hope to continue expanding and will be looking to the local talent pool to grow our talented workforce as one of our key avenues of recruitment.”