The company has taken delivery of a new torque machine, used for the make-up of tools in the drilling sector, made by fellow Aberdeen firm EnerQuip. It is thought to be the largest machine of its kind in Europe.
Bruce Jepp, director at Titan Torque , said: “The introduction of the new unit to our operations reflects our optimism about the strength and resilience of the market over the coming years. It significantly broadens our service offering.
“We are now able to manage operations that were previously beyond our capabilities. From a business perspective, it positions us to capitalise on new opportunities with existing and prospective customers.”
Titan, which has a staff of 15, plans to add at least two more technicians to its team this year and is also set to launch a torque service in Algeria by the end of the year to support customers’ West African operations.