Nigeria’s RusselSmith on track to create West Africa’s first Smart Manufacturing Solutions Center

RusselSmith, one of Nigeria’s leading oil & gas maintenance and inspection solutions companies, has joined the Roboze 3D Parts Network. The Nigerian services company is now part of a network of specialized additive manufactured centres that use Roboze ARGO Production technology and are able to deliver on complex designs and difficult engineering challenges.  

“We are excited to introduce industrial 3D printing to the Nigerian market by joining the Roboze 3D Parts Network. This innovative just-in-time manufacturing solution allows our customers to replicate and replace hard-to-obtain OEM parts locally in a fraction of the time that it takes to source and ship them, thereby reducing costs, improving uptime and optimising their supply chain,” said Kayode Adeleke, CEO of RusselSmith.

By joining the Roboze 3D Parts Network, RusselSmith wants to bring industrial 3D printing in Nigeria and set up the foundation for a digital supply chain in West Africa.

The company has always been at the forefront of innovation in the Nigerian oil & gas industry, first introducing rope access technology to the market several years ago and following it up with other innovative solutions, especially in subsea services. In cooperation with Kongsberg Ferrotech of Norway, RusselSmith is already offering a unique underwater robotic pipeline repair technology that is now approved and certified by the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC).

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