Bently Nevada to spearhead APAC operations with RMC in Singapore

The remote monitoring centre will be the first in the Asia-Pacific and eighth worldwide.

Bently Nevada, a company specializing in asset protection, announced the opening of a remote monitoring centre (RMC). 

The RMC will allow for monitoring of assets, such as oil and gas platforms, petrochemical plants and industrial manufacturing sites. 

KH Hor, APAC sales director of Bently Nevada at Baker Hughes said, procurement of the site would also mean an expansion on Bently Nevada’s presence in the Asia Pacific region, as they currently have more than 150 employees and 200 customers in the region. 

Bently Nevada's Vice President Ed J. Boufarah sees this as a strengthening of their commitment to Singapore and the Asia-Pacific. “The new remote monitoring centre represents our commitment to Singapore and the Asia-Pacific.

“We are investing for growth to support our customers’ digital transformation journeys, to continuously monitor equipment health and provide machinery insights for optimal industrial asset management,” Boufarah said.

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