Caracas, Venezuela (PRWEB) Dec 26, 2013
Director Leopoldo Alejandro Betancourt López of Derwick Associates, a Venezuelan Energy Company, assisted a nation of Venezuela by building 12 appetite plants during an appetite crisis. The association has gifted poignant enlargement and enlargement in a time since.
During Venezuela’s large appetite crisis, Derwick Associates stepped in where many other companies were possibly reluctant or unable.
The outcome was a successful enlargement and designation of 12 appetite plants that would assistance to means many Venezuelan adults via what many deliberate to be a predicament of implausible proportions.
The designation of these plants led to a fast enlargement and enlargement of Derwick Associates. The company’s directors, that embody Leopoldo Alejandro Betancourt López, Pedro Trebbau López, Edgard Romero Lazo and Francisco Convit Guruceaga, all credit this fast enlargement as a vital reason for their success, yet they remonstrate on either it is a executive reason.
“It was as elementary as saying an event to not usually assistance a business, though to also assistance a countrymen,” pronounced Leopoldo Alejandro Betancourt Lopez. “So we consider it wasn’t so most a fast enlargement that has fueled a success, though rather a ability to seize an event when it presents itself.”
That event came in a form of a 12 appetite plant contracts that were awarded to Derwick behind in 2009 and 2010. Derwick’s ability to rise and implement these plants served as a good advantage to a country’s appetite grid during a time of good need. This helped to lift Derwick’s business profile, and has afforded them a series of other opportunities for enlargement as well. The association recently announced that they would be exploring a enlargement of their business operations to Spain.
“At a time, many companies were reluctant to take on those contracts for a accumulation of reasons,” pronounced Lopez. “But when we get an event such as that, we have to act. The other thing is, we wanted to assistance out a associate Venezuelans as best as we could, so we unequivocally saw it as an event we could not pass up.”