Elliott Group opens service center in Saudi Arabia

23 March 2023

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Elliott Group has opened a service center in Saudi Arabia through a joint venture it has with GAS Arabian Services.

Elliott Gas Services Saudi Arabia (EGSSA) opened a 2800 m2 repair shop in Dammam, near a large installed base of turbomachinery in Saudi Arabia’s eastern province. EGSSA, which was formed in 2011, established the center to offer inspection and repair services for Elliott and non-Elliott equipment , including single and multi-stage steam turbines and compressors, process expanders and rotor assemblies.

“EGSSA has been established with a vision to become a leading provider of turbomachinery services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I am confident that EGSSA will thrive, delivering value to our customers, employees, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” said Elliott Group COO Shane Reph.

“The opening of this repair shop marks a significant step forward in supporting our customers with a competent local repair team. It will allow Elliott more flexibility to combine field service with repair work. It will not only strengthen our position, but allow us to grow our relationships with customers,” said Operations Manager Robert Johnson.

Elliott Group designs, manufactures, and services technically advanced centrifugal and axial compressors, steam turbines, power recovery expanders, and cryogenic pumps and expanders used in the petrochemical, refining, oil & gas, and liquefied gas industries, as well as in power applications.

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