Scots-based wholesaler launches new online oil and gas parts and services platform

Andy Taylor
Andy Taylor

Edinburgh-based Ampelius Trading has launched a new website that allows the energy industry to trade parts and services online.  

The platform provides an opportunity for companies to drive down operating and marketing costs in the current challenging market conditions.

Managing Director Andy Taylor said: “We are confident that the Ampelius marketplace benefits both new and established industry players by providing a quick and simple to use alternative to their current approach.

“Our platform provides energy companies with access to a global parts and services market. It is a tool that allows users to re-capitalise existing inventory, to drive down operating costs and become part of a group of like-minded companies, all from your office or home computer.”

“With the Ampelius online platform, we aim to achieve fair value by opening up competition in the sector and, over time, bring the benefits of a modern e-procurement system to everyone.”

Although based in Scotland, users can access the trading platform from any location across the globe via a web browser. Users will also gain insight from historical price analysis to assist in their trading strategy, budgeting and performance measurement.

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