ABERDEEN company Electro-Flow Controls (EFC) is looking to Brazil as a priority for future growth.
The designer and maker of instrumentation, monitoring and control systems for the global oil and gas industry has completed more than £1.8million of work for the market in the South American country in the past two years. Brazil now accounts for about 10% of EFC’s turnover.
The company will be represented at Brasil Offshore, a trade show for the oil and gas industry in South America, from June 16-19.
It recently appointed local partner MTA de Macae to help build connections needed to secure additional work in the region and plans to have EFC staff based there by the year-end.
EFC managing director John Wheeler said: “Establishing this new working relationship has been extremely beneficial to EFC and has already helped us to tender for and win new work in Brazil.”
The company employs more than 50 people in Aberdeen and Houston.