Kardisi is one of the major oil field materials, equipment & services supply Companies, we have been delivering unique and highly professional procurement and purchasing services to our clients all over middle east. The dedication we have for our customers, coupled with our in-depth understanding of the markets in which we operate, to supply the best.
Why we are unique, One of the reasons that keep us as the best of procurement sector is our company philosophy, that whatever your request, whenever you demand ‘we get it’. We endeavor to garner a comprehensive understanding of your individual needs in order to ensure we help you get the job done on time and on budget.
Our procurement& services departments are extensions of your team and see our priority function being to keep your operations going on smoothly through our extensive experience, and the efficiency of our procurement, purchasing and supply chain processes.
Credibility reliability, and flexibility are our key values.
They are these values, which we have held strongly since we started and continued to do so into the future. Unrivalled in customer dedication and understanding of the industry, some of the biggest names in the oil and gas industry, international aid and infrastructure, rely on us, often as their sole supplier, to provide their needs.
Our sustainable and ethical business principles, successful delivery of projects, and innate understanding of our customers’ requirements, have helped to improve the outputs and business performances of our customers – the main targets we seek to achieve.
Our vision, as an oilfield supply and services company dedicated to providing quality products and services. We are committed to being the” Supplier of Choice” through products and service excellence.
This commitment requires us to continually seek ways to meet our customers’ requirements and exceed their expectations. We will operate within our area of expertise with integrity and purpose.
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