UK-based manufacturer Hi-Force, offering quality and high performance products to the world market, and will be exhibiting in Cape Town next month.

Headquartered in Daventry, Northamptonshire, with eight regional operations worldwide, Hi-Force will be at the Oil & Gas Africa show offering products and solutions that support growth in the developing African markets.

Setup in 1982, Hi-Force has rapidly emerged as the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of hydraulic tools and bolting equipment. Hi-Force products can be relied upon to deliver optimum quality to the most challenging or hazardous of projects. Key to this reliability is the company’s commitment to research and development, which also ensures Hi-Force remains at the forefront of high pressure, hydraulic tool technology.

The company’s service package extends to tool rentals, onsite bolting and jacking services, tool repairs and calibration, and product specific and the ECITB approved MJI training courses, through its regional offices and authoried distributors across the globe

On display at Hall 2 Stand P17, there will be products that are key for supporting the technological advancements and significant developments being made in the oil & gas industry in Africa including hydraulic cylinders, manual and powered pumps, manual and hydraulic torque wrenches, topside and sub-sea bolt tensioners, hydraulic and mechanical flange spreaders, nut splitters and jacks.
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Laura Thompson, the Group Marketing Director of Hi-Force, explains how the show provides a platform for companies to grow: “With Oil & Gas Africa being one of Africa’s leading oil and gas event and attracting professionals from the oil, gas and petrochemical industries, we are looking to build brand awareness by interacting with our existing customer base as well as introducing Hi-Force to new business partners and end users from within South Africa and the sub-Saharan African market.

“As the leading oil & gas show in the sub-Saharan region, Oil & Gas Africa provides an excellent forum for companies and industry professionals to establish partnerships and encourage development of new technologies to support the oil & gas and petrochemical industries in Africa.”

Thompson says the tools can be used across a range of industry sectors including oil and gas, refinery and petrochemical, power generation, mining, railway construction, steel and aluminium plants, aerospace, ship building and ship repair, as well as sugar and paper mills.

Hi-Force South Africa was added to the growing list of regional operations in 2002. The company was setup in Midrand to establish and grow the Hi-Force brand in the South African market and service the needs of the expanding customer base.

As demand continued to increase throughout the South African market as well as neighbouring countries, the need to further expand the premises became increasingly apparent. In 2011, Hi-Force South Africa relocated to a facility twice the size of the previous allowing for increased stock levels as well as a larger and better equipped repair and service centre.

Hi-Force South Africa caters to the demands of the mining, oil & gas, construction and engineering industries throughout sub-Saharan Africa not only through supply of hydraulic tools but also through after sales service and repair, tool rental, testing, calibration and on-site services. Equipped with a competent team of sales engineers and technicians, Hi-Force South Africa has become one of the fastest growing global operations, offering customers decades of experience in hydraulic tools and solutions.

Africa’s leading exhibition show for engineering supply chain solutions, Oil & Gas Africa 2017 runs from July 11 to 13 in CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa.
More information visit Hall 2 Stand P11 or www.hi-force.com

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