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contactusAteek for Integrated Solutions Co., Ltd. (Ateek) is a hi-tech professional company with import and export qualification specializing in petroleum, telecom industry services and  NGO’s support. Since establishment in 2009, Ateek has been providing diversified backup services to the petroleum and telecom operating companies. By our strong technical capability, much-experienced international business operation and world-wide material supplying network, we are expanding our business scope, offering all-around services from upstream to downstream. With High-quality, Professional and Efficient services, Ateek has widely won trust and reputation from clients and therefore forming strategic and cooperative relationships with them.

Proceeding in pursuit of professional services, Ateek has shaped a business network with  many manufacturers in Sudan and out side Sudan. Our business mainly involves international trade, petroleum technical services, petroleum engineering project development, oilfield chemistry, petroleum information engineering, tele-communication engineering and other fields.

Ateek is targeting to serve NGO’s in Sudan as per NGO’s requirements and standards.

Ateek has accumulated abundant experience and flexibility with the advantages in Technology, Human resource, Management, Service network and Information which make Ateek to develop rapidly and win widespread acclaims from our clients.

Our operating tenet is “To be the best material supplier and service provider in Sudan”, targeting on the first-class supplier and supporter in petroleum and telecom field with professional services of high quality and efficiency. The mission of Ateek is to create superior return for its shareholders, clients and employees. Ateek is committed to the action of "Continuous improvement is the key factor for success” and striving for harmonious relationships and development between energy and the environment, company and community, and employers and employees.


Last Updated on Monday, 28 March 2011 18:25