Well construction cementing specialists DeltaTek has completed its move to its new headquarters as part of energy provider Expro. The relocation to the new facility marks an award-winning six months accumulating with a Kings Award for Enterprise recognising the impact its technology has had on the subsea sector.
As part of the global Expro family, DeltaTek has relocated from its Dyce facility to Altens Industrial Estate, allowing it to broaden its offering, capabilities and technology portfolio within the well construction cementing sector.
Along with the Kings Award for Enterprise: Innovation, the DeltaTek team has also been recognised for its technology offering at the Northern Star Awards along with founder Tristam Horn winning the Young Professional award at the 2023 Offshore Achievement Awards.
The accolades mark continued recognition for the DeltaTek range of Well Construction technologies including the Cure range which includes SeaCure®, QuikCure®, CoreCure® and FloatCure®, deployable to all well construction projects, for subsea, platform or land cementing operations.
Commenting on their recent move and awards success, Tristam said: “We are delighted to move to the new facility that offers expansive resources to our team as part of the global Expro family. The relocation presents us with further opportunities to expand our technology and team as we embark on our journey as part of Expro.
“I am incredibly proud of the work our team has done to achieve the recognition with all the awards we have won this year and I am delighted our hard work and commitment to continued industry advancement has been celebrated in this way.”
Expro announced the acquisition of DeltaTek in February this year.