Fibron, the U.K. based subsea services provider, launched the new company brand last week during OTC in Houston, TX.
The company held a new branding launch event at the Karbach Brewery Houston, hosting key clients and industry associates for a relaxing evening to showcase the new company image, logo and philosophy.
Covering the latest company news, managing director, Bruno Cianfini, reiterated the company change of ownership that took place in December and renewed company focus.
“We and our new owners, Rubicon Partners, welcome this refreshing new start to the business, remain committed to continuing to serve our client base and see positive improvements all around on the horizon. It’s all very exciting,” he said.
The Fibron manufacturing facility is located in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, U.K. 40 miles north of London with sales offices in Aberdeen, Scotland, Houston, Texas, and Singapore.
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