On the sidelines of the Ghana Oil and Gas Summit in Accra, Emad Adeeb, Managing Director, Mantrac Ghana, explained that “in the oil and gas sector productivity goals are challenging as the conditions; so much depends on how well your engines stand up to these challenges, whether you are drilling or transporting products. CAT gas and diesel engines deliver superior performance and efficiency with unparallel reliability.”
He said with Ghana’s oil production expected to rise to half a million barrels a day over the next decade, Mantrac is ready to offer a wide range of Customer Support Agreements to ensure the comprehensive maintenance and repair of equipment, periodic field inspections and precise technical recommendations that will keep machines running at maximum productivity.
With decades of experience in power solutions for the oil and gas industry, Mantrac Ghana is backed by strong technical expertise and a deep understanding of local markets.
“To make it even easier, we provide our customers with Manbiz, our online parts store through this web-based tool, you can check parts pricing and availability at anytime; you can also create quotation, send us a purchase order and we can process your order.”
“Our spare parts are easily available throughout our strategically located branches, parts availability exceed 90% with a fast and reliable emergency back-order service,” he remarked.
Mantrac Ghana also operates a network of branches in Accra, Kumasi Tarkwa and Takoradi, the hub of Ghana’s oil and gas industry.
Source: Daily Guide
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