On the 6th February, Score Arabia Services held the official opening of their new facility in Saudi Arabia. Located in Dammam, Eastern Province, the facility boasts a fully equipped workshop which allows Score Arabia Services to provide responsive support whether in the field, fast tracking a repair or providing OEM in-country support.
Prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony speeches were given by Saeed Al-Nahdi (Sumou Holding CEO) from the joint venture partnership, and Score Group plc Managing Director and CEO, Nelson Ritchie. Gary Hunt, Head of British Trade office in Al-Khobar also offered congratulations to the joint venture.
Other Score representatives in attendance at the opening included Ian Davidson (Score Group plc Commercial Director) and Richard Sadler (Score Middle East FZE Managing Director), alongside AWJ Energy CEO, Hassan Al-Qahtani.
The ceremony was followed by a tour of the facility by General Manager Andrew Wood, allowing guests to understand the full potential Score Arabia Services has.
General Manager of Score Arabia, Andrew Wood, said: “Our new facility in Dammam is now fully operational having moved in at the end of last year due to the hard work of Ian Cheyne, Operations Director of Score Group plc, and his team.
“There’s been a substantial investment and the feedback we have been receiving from the end-users has been excellent.
“Our JV partner, AWJ Energy will be assisting Score Arabia Services to meet Saudi Arabia’s vision 2030 that drives localisation and one of our core objectives will be to establish our award winning training model in-kingdom”
Score Arabia Services has the ability to provide a wide range of services including, valve repair, testing, training, diagnostics, OEM in-country support, valve automation and field services.