PaleBlue and MHWirth Enter Resource Agreement

PaleBlue has signed an agreement with MHWirth, through MHWirth's recruitment and staffing services partner NES Advantage. MHWirth is a global provider of drilling solutions and services. In this, PaleBlue has allocated a highly skilled team of engineers to work directly with the MHWirth team, participating in selected development projects. MHWirth, a subsidiary of Akastor, is a leading global provider of drilling solutions and services designed for their customers with the goal of promoting safety, improving efficiency, and being a reliable alternative.

PaleBlue has signed an agreement with MHWirth, through MHWirths recruitment and staffing services partner NES Advantage. MHWirth is a global provider of drilling solutions and services. In this, PaleBlue has allocated a highly skilled team of engineers to work directly with the MHWirth team, participating in selected development projects.


MHWirth, a subsidiary of Akastor, is a leading global provider of drilling solutions and services designed for their customers with the goal of promoting safety, improving efficiency, and being a reliable alternative.

Working together, the companies contribute to solutions that provide greater insight into industrial data and processes and streamline workflow. Felix Gorbatsevich, Managing Director at PaleBlue, was asked about his thoughts about this new relationship, and he said: "By working together, we feel that we can make a difference with the users, by engaging top-notch talent in the development projects."

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