Wellit UK Limited launches in Aberdeen

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Wellit AS, the company behind oil and gas logistics software WELS has opened an office in Aberdeen to support a rapidly growing customer base. 

Wellit UK Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wellit AS and will be based in the heart of Aberdeen city centre, with offices at 1 Marischal Square. 

The new UK headquarters will give comprehensive support to the growing number of UK companies that use The Wellit Logistics Software, better known as WELS. 

Donald Pearson has taken on the position of Sales Manager & Director for Wellit UK. Donnie’s extensive experience from Oil and Gas, in addition to his proficiency and vision, will be of great asset to old and new WELS customers operating in the UKCS. 

“I am delighted to take up this position at such an exciting time for Wellit. WELS is a truly disruptive software that is currently transforming the global oil and gas industry. In such, WELS epitomises the spirit of collaboration and innovation that is so crucial in oil and gas today. We will continue to expand our business, listen to client requirements and focus on providing a product which fits the requirements of the UKCS”, says Director for Wellit UK, Donald Pearson. 

“We’re proud to launch Wellit UK, in what we consider to be one of the most exciting regions in the world of oil and gas. Our increased presence in the UK Continental Shelf enables us to accelerate our growth strategy towards making WELS the global industry standard across the entire oil and gas value chain. The energy industry has become increasingly focused on costs, and logistics are a powerful cost driver. WELS offers customers increased planning power and more efficient use of resources. In effect our clients’ costs and carbon footprint are typically reduced significantly”, says Wellit CEO, Jan Inge Pedersen. 

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