Perfect Adaptation

Over the next 18 months Trelleborg Offshore operations is going through a period adaptation, to bring to the industry a new way of working.
We are adapting our business to make us stronger, more agile and perfectly adapted for your needs.

Perfect Adaptation, Trelleborg
May'18
May'18
Trelleborg Appoints New Sales Manager for China Office

Trelleborg's offshore operation appoints Ralph Wu as its Sales Manager for China to focus on building local relationships with customers within the oil & gas, renewables, mining and heavy construction markets. Read more

Perfect Adaptation, Trelleborg
July'18
July'18
Trelleborg Breaks Ground on New UK Hyperbaric Testing Facility

Trelleborg’s offshore facility based in Skelmersdale, UK, broke ground on its new 630m² / 6,781ft² testing facility that will house two state-of-the-art hyperbaric test chambers. The new equipment will be able to simulate extreme deepwater pressure conditions, enabling accurate testing of subsea and drilling equipment. Read more

Perfect Adaptation, Trelleborg
Aug'18
Aug'18
Trelleborg Appoints New Business Development Manager in Brazil
Trelleborg's offshore operation appoints Erick Rocha as its new Business Development Manager for Brazil. He will enhance Trelleborg’s local presence in the offshore market by focusing on new opportunities for passive fire protection and building relationships with customers. Read more
Thor Hegg Eriksen Perfect Adaptation, Trelleborg
Sept'18
Sept'18
Meeting Global Customer Needs Blog
Since late 2014, the oil industry has experienced a downturn which has impacted the oil and gas industry as a whole. Few would argue that this sector has been faced with a challenging market situation with a significantly lower world market price for oil. Read more
Trelleborg Hyperbaric pressure vessel Perfect Adaptation, Trelleborg
Sept'18
Sept'18
Trelleborg Receives a 185 ton Hyperbaric Pressure Vessel
On 25 September, a milestone was achieved in the large-scale investment in the new test facility at Trelleborg’s offshore operation in Skelmersdale, England, as the first of two 185 ton hyperbaric pressure vessels arrived on site.

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