Artificial Lift Relocates to Houston
Thursday, February 13, 2014
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Artificial Lift Company has moved its headquarters to Houston from Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom, the company’s president and chief executive officer, David Malone, announced.

Situated in the Westchase District near the Energy Corridor, the Artificial Lift’s offices and warehouse total 28,000 square feet with 40 employees based at the location. While supporting global operations, its headquarters consist of engineering, manufacturing, operations and general support services.

“As clients recognize the huge cost savings and increased production rates achieved with our unique, rigless ESP deployment system, we find it necessary to increase our engineering, operations and manufacturing capabilities,” said Malone. “Our new headquarters provides access to a strong supply base, the required technical expertise and the ability to work more closely with our customers in the expansion of this new technology. Artificial Lift has made a large investment in new testing capabilities and manufacturing capacity, and our presence in Houston positions us to address the growing demand for our systems.”

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