Exceed wins Export Achievement Award at OAAs
Source: think on behalf of Exceed , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Fri March 15, 2019 7:32 pm

UNITED KINGDOM. Aberdeen-headquartered Exceed, a well management and performance improvement specialist, has won the Export Achievement Award at this year’s Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA). 

Winners were announced at the prestigious awards ceremony last night (Thursday 14 March), in Aberdeen.

The category recognises business growth resulting from successful export activity in the offshore energy sector.

Exceed was awarded the accolade in recognition of its ambitious growth strategy which is underpinned by diversification of services with a broad international export footprint. 

Commenting on the win, Exceed Managing Director Ian Mills said: “The Offshore Achievement Awards are highly regarded within the global offshore industry and we are absolutely delighted to have won this award, which really does reflect our accomplishment and unwavering dedication to the global marketplace.

International expansion has long been key to our business strategy. Over the last five years we have continued to invest in and reinforce the organisation’s excellence in delivery, successfully executing that strategy to significant effect. Winning the Export Achievement Award is a resounding acknowledgement of this commitment.”

With over 180+ personnel being employed globally, Exceed is an industry-leading specialist in the delivery of well management and performance improvement solutions.

Photo Caption (L-R): OAA Host, Rachel Riley; Exceed Managing Director, Ian Mills; EIC CEO Stuart Broadley

Issued on behalf of Exceed by think

 

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