Manuel Chinchilla Da Silva is a businessman from Venezuela who is currently based in the United States. His business, Southern Procurement Services (SPS), operates on a multinational platform and works to develop and offer the latest, most cutting-edge technology within the oil and petroleum sector.
For most of his life and career, Manuel Chinchilla Da Silva has been working in the oil and petroleum industry. In school, he studied engineering and began training in geodetic engineering at the University of Zulia starting at 18 years old, and when he graduated at the age of 21, he continued his training at PDVSA (Petróleos de Venezuela Sociedad Anónima), the state-owned oil and petroleum company in Venezuela, where he worked as an intern for several years, gaining knowledge and insight into the industry.
While learning about the industry and gaining more experience and knowledge, Manuel discovered a personal interest in the processes and implementations by which we extract natural resources and found he wanted to have a hand in the innovation of these techniques as well as the entire process around it, including managing not only the operational but also the technical and human resources, to ensure the highest productivity and profitability of these natural wells and deposits at our disposal.
Following his passion, Manuel Chinchilla Da Silva founded Southern Procurement Services to provide the oil and gas industry with state-of-the-art technology, machinery, and equipment. With a team of trained professionals, they’re able to offer specialized services and provide their customers with the solutions and answers that they need.
Today, Manuel Chinchilla Da Silva has distinguished SPS as an oil and petroleum industry leader with a proven track record and experience in the field. All of this, alongside receiving timely responses from its supply chain, is why SPS is serving as the official representations of multiple established international brands within the market. Among the services they provide include training, delivery, facilities, maintenance, logistics, and equipment security support.
SPS operates in the United States, Mexico, and Venezuela and closely works with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Jordan, Pakistan Petroleum, France’s Total Oil, and Jordan Shale Oil Company. SPS has offices currently in Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Jordan, and Miami, and is soon opening another location in Paraguay to better serve their customers on an international level.
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