We have initiated the construction in Altamira, Tamaulipas, to strengthen the delivery capability and support for the Gulf of Mexico region. The addition of the new Tampico facility complements the existing RelyOn Nutec site in Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico.
The new site in Tampico will be a state-of-the-art training facility equipped with our full suite of safety and technical training services and simulation technology.
Jenni Lewis – Managing Director of RelyOn Nutec Gulf of Mexico says: “With this exciting expansion, we are accentuating our presence in Mexico and our role as a leading provider of high-quality safety training services. We consider the new training facility a key piece of our future strategy in the Mexican market, also continuously supporting our clients in the region.”
Rebeca Barrios, Country Manager for RelyOn Nutec Mexico says: “The expansion of our services in Mexico is to meet customers’ growing demand for sending their personnel to train to ensure that they can safely perform their job and take care of themselves and other people in safety critical situations.
With this addition, we will have six campuses in the region offering the full range of safety and technical services, including simulator training, drilling training services, digital learning solutions and competence software services emphasising our status as the largest provider of safety and skills training to the Gulf Coast.”
About RelyOn Nutec
RelyOn Nutec delivers safety, compliance and competence services and solutions across the world. Through 32 facilities, RelyOn Nutec helps clients protect their people, assets and the environment. RelyOn Nutec has a deep history going back over 50 years and leads, through the intelligent application of latest technology, the energy sector, and other safety critical industries.
RelyOn Nutec is leading the safety and technical training field and has a broad range of innovative digital services, including digital learning, simulation technology and a market-leading suite of SaaS applications. RelyOn Nutec is the preferred end-to-end partner to develop and maintain a safe workplace. The market-leading digital services offer clients a modular approach to managing safety across their business processes while minimising risk and revolutionising how they track workforce safety, compliance and competence. To learn more, visit: www.relyonnutec.com
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