New Norway office for TAM International

TAM International, an independent oilfield services company providing inflatable and swellable packers to the oil and gas industry, has opened a new office in Norway to support the company’s current business and seek further growth.

To support the company’s goals, Colin Graham has been appointed as Norway Country Manager and will be spearheading these efforts.

Fit-for-purpose solutions to the region

“By developing a clear understanding of operators’ needs in Norway and the surrounding region, we will ensure that TAM is well positioned to offer the highest level of customer service,” Graham said. “With the additional support in the area, supplying the full range of TAM’s product lines to our customers will be more streamlined.”

For many years, TAM has been active in Norway cultivating relationships with the local customer base and establishing its market presence. As an industry leader in swellable technology, and with a portfolio of cementing solutions including ISO qualified products, TAM offers fit-for-purpose solutions to the region.

Colin Graham new Country Manager

Graham’s primary focus in this new office will be to increase the company’s sales and rental business, while staffing the office with knowledgeable personnel.

“In the Norway office, I plan to surround myself with experienced, motivated employees who share TAM’s vision for the future,” Graham continued. “Together we will expand and deepen customer relationships in the region.”

Graham has worked for TAM for more than 19 years, with previous positions in the North Sea, Oman, and Dubai. He opened the TAM Dubai office in 2004 and worked there to grow the business for more than 10 years.

Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn

Published on 20/04/2015

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