Dutch Corrosion Company Expands to UK and South Korea

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CORROSION (Moerkapelle, The Netherlands), an internationally recognized leader in creative, sustainable corrosion and cathodic protection solutions, announced that it is bolstering its presence in key markets in the offshore wind energy sector. To that end, they have appointed Patrick Rabindran and Stanley Seo as dedicated agents to serve the United Kingdom and South Korea markets, respectively.

Both Rabindran and Seo are experienced, respected members of the cathodic protection sector. According to CORROSION, their appointments come at a time of increased demand for sustainable energy for offshore wind farms.

“CORROSION is proud of its reputation as a partner with a truly global reach and local expertise,” says Bart Wessels, chief commercial officer of CORROSION. “I’m delighted that Patrick and Stanley are joining our team to help further expand our operations in the United Kingdom and South Korea. Through their work, we will be able to help companies in these important markets become more eco-friendly thanks to our unique Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) systems.”

“The offshore wind farms of tomorrow are set to dwarf those of today,” says Rabindran. “I’m therefore excited to be working with CORROSION to support UK-based energy companies protect their vital infrastructure.”

“I’m very happy to be working with CORROSION’s wind team,” says Seo. “CORROSION’s ICCP solutions and service are unrivalled, and I look forward to helping to communicate CORROSION’s Steel Going Strong message to wind companies in South Korea.”

Source: CORROSION, www.corrosion.nl.