Hydratight moves into new, larger facility

Hydratight has moved its Houston operations to new, larger premises. The company says this move was to accommodate its growing business.

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HOUSTON --Hydratight has moved its Houston operations to new, larger premises. The company says this move was to accommodate its growing business.

Hydratight also will move its DL Ricci pipe cutting and machining rental services to this new facility to consolidate all its operations.

"The move to this new facility marks an important day for us in the region," says Kathleen Baker, Hydratight's Gulf of Mexico business leader. "We have put a great deal of effort into growing our business."

"We have improved and broadened the range of torquing and tensioning products and services we offer, and we have been able to increase and expand our inventory levels, and will continue to do so," says Bob Boychuk, Hydratight team leader for America.

"This solid foundation means we are now well placed to continue to expand our customer base in the Gulf Region and in South America, and to further develop all Hydratight operations managed out of Houston."

3/6/2007

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