H&S Valve, Ignition Systems and Controls (ISC), Global Compressor and Potemkin have combined on Jan. 4 to form a new organization, Global Compression Services, a solutions provider and one-stop shop for natural gas compressor equipment parts and services for operations across the globe.
All four of the legacy companies bring unique expertise and experience to Global Compression Services, combining to form an industry-leading portfolio of products and services. Global Compressor Parts is recognized for its outstanding customer service, extensive inventory and worldwide shipping capabilities. H&S Valve is renowned for providing quick turnarounds, high quality compressor part repairs and manufactured replacement parts. ISC is respected as an industry-leading service provider of engine instrumentation and serves as the largest Altronic distributorship in the world. Finally, Potemkin Industries underpins Global Compression Services’ in-house design, engineering and manufacturing capabilities.
“Combining the talent and expertise of these great organizations allows us to provide exceptional products and services to the gas compression market,” Anthony Speer, president of Global Compression Services, said. “As a result, the scope of our product and service offerings will allow us to be a one-stop-shop for much of our customers’ gas compression needs. Our goal is to raise the industry standard of value by offering full manufacturing capabilities that are unrivaled in the after-market compressor parts industry. All our parts are engineered to meet or exceed OEM specifications, supported by quick turnarounds, custom parts and high-volume production lines.”
Global Compression Services will operate from 11 locations servicing the top shale plays in the lower 48 U.S. states, with strong access and growth potential in the northeast (Marcellus and Utica) market. A dedicated international in-house sales team will service and co-ordinate shipping to customers across the globe.
The Global Compression Services management team will comprise of: Anthony Speer—president; Terry Frederick—manufacturing general manager; Andrew Armstrong—parts general manager; Doak Crawford—sales general manager; and Alan Bowen—operations general manager.
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