Helipebs is pleased once again to confirm that they will be exhibiting at Offshore Europe 2015. The show, which returns to Aberdeen every other year, this time, will be between 8th and 11th September.Read More
Continuing its push into the China markets, Helipebs representative Mark Confaloni and Qing Lin recently attended the CIPPE (China International Petroleum & Petrochemical Equipment) exhibition in Beijing. Helipebs are working closely with Qing Lin (Head of China Desk) from “Join in China” (a B2B company set up to assist UK businesses to establish themselves in China). Mark says “working with Join in China has enabled us to really push forward with our plans in further establishing ourselves. Qing is a great support to us”.
Helipebs was once again exhibiting at OSEA in Singapore last month. Taking a larger stand than in 2012, the show was even more popular than previous with attendees from all around the world.
Mark Confaloni, Sales Office Manager, said “it gave us the opportunity to catch up with both existing customers as well as new potential ones. Sometimes we were so busy that we had a queue of people wanting to speak with us. It made even taking a coffee break or stopping for lunch quite difficult at times. It is true to say that we didn’t get the chance to have a proper look at the exhibition ourselves.”
Harry Anderton commented that “many new leads were collected and these will be followed up in coming weeks. I will be visiting the area again in March to hold meetings with potential distributors and meet up with people we missed at the show. We believe the show to be so successful that we have already registered our interest in booking a stand for OSEA 2016”.
The show attracted more than 18,400 visitors from 65 countries/regions to source new products and technologies with many establishing new contacts and business relationships. There were more than 1,500 exhibitors from 49 countries/regions including 19 international group pavilions all representing an impressive showcase of products. The OSEA international conference, running alongside the exhibition, recorded an unprecedented increase growth of over 30% in attendees showing that the event is the preferred knowledge exchange platform in the region.Read More
Try telling 100-year-old Gloucester business Helipebs that British manufacturing is dead and they may point you to their turnover figures – up 34 per cent to a predicted £7m.