ATCO International, Inc.'s Oil & Gas Trading Division was established to undertake Procurement and Supply of Materials to the both Up Stream and Down Stream Oil & Gas sectors of the Developing Countries from USA, Europe, Russia, China and Middle East which includes Crude Oil, Refined Products (Gasoline, Diesel, Naphtha, LPG, LNG, Bitumen, Sulfur and Petroleum Coke), Industrial Spare Parts, Process Equipments, Pressure Vessels, Automation and Control System, Onshore and Offshore Rigs including Jack Up Rigs, Steel including Stainless and Alloy Steel, Steel Scraps both Ferrous and Non Ferrous, industrial chemicals and allied products.
ATCO International, Inc.has long term contracts and established relationships with numerous crude oil producing companies around the world. Among others, crude oil origins include Egypt, Tunisia, Iraq, Libya, and Algeria. We trade in most of crudes and market our crude oil petroleum products, feed stocks blending stocks, and finished products worldwide. Our sourcing is also based on off take agreements which we have in place with various refiners. Our extensive expertise and our flexible financial conditions enable us to provide a variety of transactional structures providing valuable solutions to our clients.
ATCO International, Inc. is in the position to assist in the supply chain management services to the industry. ATCO International, Inc. through more than 15 years of experience in the supply chain management services, we can provide part of the know-how and best practices to ensure a successful outcome.
The supply chain encompasses all of those activities associated with moving goods from the raw-materials stage through to the end user. The delivery of enhanced customer and economic value through synchronized management of the flow of physical goods and associated information from sourcing to consumption.
The ATCO International, Inc.’s customer relationship management provides the structure for better and efficient relationship with the customer in order to develop and maintain proper “Supply Chain Strategy” and “Planning” followed by economical and “Procurement & Logistic Support” for the goods and services as offered to the customers. The ATCO International, Inc.’s “Strategic Demand Management” is the developing contingency plans in the event of either internal or external events that disrupt the balance of supply and demand.