Our vision and goal is to build strong partnerships based on trust, always focusing on the customer and ways to provide greater value to fulfil their needs, relying on our trusted and committed team to support us to achieve this.
As a well-established, experienced and multidiscipline contractor, Whessoe Engineering Limited (WEL) are an engineering company specialising in the engineering and design of large scale cryogenic storage systems for the worldwide oil and gas industry. In 2013, WEL became a subsidiary of Korean based Samsung C&T and we continue to benefit from significant investment. With a strong industry reputation and long heritage, we have ambitious plans for growth and future new business streams. Our Company has an engineering and contracting pedigree dating back over 200 years.
Over the last 40 years, we have developed specialist expertise in the storage and handling of liquefied gases in cryogenic, low temperature and pressurised forms.
Our engineers are renowned for their skills in providing technically and commercially strong project solutions, based on their involvement in the value engineering process developed through experience with, and responsibility for, full EPC projects as part of the Samsung C&T family.
With our strong reputation and support from Samsung C&T, we are well positioned to focus on new markets and have ambitious plans for growing the business in the future. This is an exciting time for us and you could be a part of it. As part of the Samsung family you will be joining a Global company with a well-known and internationally recognised organisation.
We have a number of vacancies within our organisation visit our LinkedIn page for further information and/or to find our more about the roles or our company please email your CV and covering letter to [email protected].
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