Fabricom Offshore Services has announced the launch of a new name and corporate identity. From today, the energy services firm will operate under the name Quanta Fabricom.
The company has undergone a complete re-brand following a recent management buyout. During 2018, an MBO took place with the company being acquired by Chief Executive Officer Nick Oates, who continues to lead the business with support from the Board and Senior Management Team. The firm have also recently opened a new office within Arnhall Business Park, Westhill Aberdeen, which will improve operations following impressive growth within the past 12 months.
Fabricom Offshore Services traces its engineering and design heritage back to 1988 and has built a strong reputation within the oil and gas industry as a leading EPC service provider to operators within Europe. The decision to re-brandwas made to reflect the recent changes and new values and ethos of the company, with the introduction of a new logo, vision and website www.quanta-fabricom.com.
The name Quanta is derived from the meaning of ‘one particle’, the idea of unity, simplicity and essence. A fresh and unique brand was developed to reflect this. Quanta Fabricom is centred around the customer, identifying and understanding motivations, and working in partnership to realise ambitions. A new set of values have also been established – Trust, Results, Unity and Excellence – these TRUE values reflect Quanta Fabricom’s focus of delivering high quality results with empathy, efficiency, experience and value.
“This change in name and identity marks a defining moment for the company” said CEO Nick Oates. “As Fabricom has grown, so has our service offering and the evolution of our brand reflects the TRUE values that have been developed to ensure we continue to deliver an agile and proactive service. We pride ourselves on developing strong relationships with our partners and together with the opening of our new Aberdeen office, the new brand and website will help build a strong message to guide us in the future.”