Jereh self-developed cementing trucks delivered to Uzbekistan

(| Updated : 2018-06-07

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Six cementing trucks were delivered from Yantai, a coastal city in East China's Shandong province to Uzbekistan to support local oil and gas drilling industry development, local media reported recently.

The six units were independently developed by Jereh Group, a global energy company, based in Yantai city. By providing integrated solutions for the oil and gas drilling industry, the company has become the world's largest manufacturer of oilfield production equipment.

Uzbekistan, a member of SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization), located in central Asia, boasts abundant oil and gas resources. However, the lack of advanced equipment has slowed down local oil and gas developments.

The six units feature high control accuracy and automaticity, high mixing speeds and fewer operators, which can effectively save on labor costs and lower failure rates.

Jereh after-sales engineers will fly to Uzbekistan as well to offer training on a new slurry mixing system and technical supports for local operators.

"It's a win-win move to support local energy development, since we are able to fulfill self-growth as well," Wang Feng, the vice president of Jereh Group said.

In recent years, Jereh Group has gained rich experience in the gas and oil drilling field. In 2008, the company opened up to the Central Asia market by providing reliable products to Uzbekistan ranging from coiled tubing units and accessories, to CNG fueling stations and gas compressors.

With the upcoming SCO Summit in Qingdao this June, Jereh is ready to take this opportunity to provide more intelligent oil and gas equipment solutions for SCO members to facilitate their oil and gas development.


Jereh self-developed cementing trucks delivered to Uzbekistan. [Photo provided to]