Schottel Expands in N America

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Over the last years Schottel has enjoyed a strong growth in North America as well as in Latin and Central America. The “Schottel Fleet“ is growing rapidly and new facilities are needed.

Schottel Inc.’s main office in Louisiana has recently moved from Harahan to James Business Park in St. Rose where larger facilities can store more spare parts and overhauls being performed more efficiently. The new address: Schottel Inc., 190 James Drive East, Suite 100, St. Rose LA. 70087. USA. Phone: 504-471-3439, Fax: 504-471-3443.

Furthermore, Schottel Inc. has opened up a branch office in the Seattle region in the State of Washington. The address: 2303 W. Commodore Way, Suite 203-B, Seattle, WA 98199, USA. Phone: 206-588-2746, e-mail


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