Monday, October 7, 2013

Sterling International Aids Red Sea Housing

By Edmund Mingle
Sterling International Limited, a major producer and supplier of Jotun Protective Coatings in
Mr. Arun Patil(right), Mr. Vanskey(Middle) and Mr. EmmanuelDagadu, 
a Manager at Sterling Int. pose with the Blast Equipment
Ghana, has presented a Clemco Blasting Equipment in support of Red Sea Housing Services, a free-zone company at Tema.

The donation, worth GHc 19,000.00 was to appreciate Red Sea Housing Services for its customer loyalty over the past four years, and to assure the company of continued corporate support from Sterling International Ltd.
It is also part of Sterling International’s commitment towards promoting corporate partnership to advance business interests for the benefit of the economy and society in general.
The Clemco Blasting Equipment is critical in removing rust off metals on vessels, oceans stations and oil rigs before applying protective anti-corrosive coatings.
Mr. Arun Patil, a Director of Sterling International, presenting the machine, assured the Management of Red Sea Housing Services of continued technical assistance and prompt service delivery to ensure Rea Sea meets its contractual obligations on schedule to maintain its reputation for excellent performance.
He added that Sterling International was proud to be part of the success story of Red Sea Housing Services and thanked the management for their confidence in JOTUN products, and gave assurance of continued high quality.
Mr. Todd Vansky, Assistant General Manager of Red Sea Housing Services, receiving the equipment on behalf of the company, expressed appreciation for the support, saying it will immensely benefit his company to enhance its operations.
He also thanked Sterling International for the provision of free technical training to the sprayers of Red Sea Housing, saying and the “Blast Machine is an icing on the cake.”
Red Sea Housing Services manufactures movable offices, workshops and living rooms for ocean going vessels, oil & gas producing outstations, mining industries and remote desert area sites.

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