KENC Expanding Presence in oil & Gas Sector

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Saturday, July 05, 2014
KENC Oil & Gas move to larger premises

 

KENC Oil & Gas, specialists in the design, fabrication and supply of custom engineered equipment, will move to new, larger premises to meet growing demand from the on and offshore industries. From mid-July, KENC’s new headquarters will be at a 450m2 facility nearby the company’s existing address in Oldenzaal, the Netherlands.

“This expansion is necessary thanks to the increasing number and size of engineering projects we are completing,” notes company founder Eric Buining. “We design, fabricate and supply increasingly specialized upstream oil and gas equipment. To meet that demand, not only are we expanding our facilities, but KENC’s expert workforce is also growing. In particular we’ve added new disciplines to our team by appointing specialists in hydraulics and electric control systems.”

Since the company was founded, KENC has shown solid growth. In 2013 KENC opened its second premises, a facility in Poland, contributing to the company’s international expansion of its activities. With the new premises in the Netherlands, Mr Buining says the company will continue to expand in the following years.

New address in industrial area De Valkenaer in Oldenzaal the new larger premises feature easy access to the A1 motorway and a high capacity fibre optic network. All KENC headquarters contact details will remain the same, except the street address changes from Zutphenstraat 47 to 39. The new address is:

KENC Engineering B.V.
Zutphenstraat 39, 7575 EJ Oldenzaal
The Netherlands

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