Universal Pegasus International (UPI), a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries which is participating in the 2015 East Africa Trade Mission to Mozambique and Tanzania says it aims to increase UPI’s activity in the region as part of helping the company strengthen its global presence.
According to UPI’s business development manager for the U.K. Tony Stead the company also hopes to work with other Scottish leaders in business and academia to help expand education, training and capacity building in the region.
“Attending missions such as this is a crucial part of helping us strengthen our global presence, particularly in a region with such potential. In order to augment the East African oil and gas industry, the region will need expanded education, training and capacity building. UPI hopes to work with other Scottish leaders in business and academia to help with this expansion,” says Tony Stead, UPI’s business development manager for the U.K.
UPI which has performed work in more than 20 countries and has offices in Aberdeen and London is currently supporting a multinational oil and gas company with a project in Mozambique.