Alps Wire Rope expands to Texas

Press Release
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Photo: Alps Wire Rope

Alps Wire Rope Corporation announced the opening of a new warehouse location in Houston, TX. Abe Guerrero will be joining the existing sales team of Rick Coughran and Bill Lee, to manage the facility.

The demand for wire rope products from the region has led to the opening of the new distribution point. The new facility will provide Alps Wire Rope close proximity to customers and business partners in the area. In addition to Oilfield Products, Alps will stock Elevator Rope, Stainless Steel Ropes & Strands, Specialty Crane Ropes, and of course General Purpose Rope Products. They will also offer wire rope assemblies from our fabrication facility in the Chicagoland area.

www.alpswirerope.com
 

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