Rigzone, Network International Partner for Equipment Sales

April 1, 2010 at 3:08 am Leave a comment

Rigzone, the most visited website in the upstream oil and gas industry, announced it will partner with Network International to offer Rigzone’s members a full-service option for selling equipment to the oil and gas industry via http://www.OneSiteForEquipment.com.

Houston-based Network International is a global, online marketplace for surplus energy equipment, serving more than 50,000 buyers and sellers in 60 countries through auctions, private sales, and equipment inventory analysis. The combination of Rigzone’s market reach and Network’s expertise in selling equipment worldwide provides a comprehensive service that is cost-effective and financially transparent.

Rigzone President and CEO David Kent said: “Partnering with Network International is significant, as it offers Rigzone’s procurement audience a full-service solution for marketing and selling their equipment worldwide. Recommending strategic vendors, such as Network, reinforces Rigzone’s focus as ‘your gateway to the oil & gas industry’.”

“Network is extremely strategic and careful with whom we partner, and Rigzone is the best choice,” said Boyd Heath, CEO and Chairman of Network International. “We will continue to utilize and leverage Rigzone’s platform to find quality people and to provide their members with asset management services that will maximize the return for their surplus assets.”





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