GEA Westfalia Separator Signs With Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC

(Press Release)
Thursday, May 03, 2012

Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC announced an authorized distributor agreement with GEA Mechanical Equipment US, Inc. (GEA Westfalia Separator Division) for the Gulf Coast region.

Effective immediately, Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC will be providing GEA Westfalia high-speed separator equipment, spare parts, and support throughout the Gulf Coast region. This strategic alliance will provide GEA Westfalia Separator’s customers a local representative on the Gulf Coast.
“I’m extremely excited about working with GEA Westfalia. This agreement gives us a solid partner in providing solutions for our customer’s purification needs.” said Mervyn LeBlanc, Director of Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC. “This agreement will complement our current equipment, spare parts, and services that we have been providing over the years.”
Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC specializes in high-speed disc stack centrifuge spare parts, units, and services in the Marine, Oil & Gas, Power, and Bio Fuels Industries. Locally owned and operated in Houma Louisiana since 2004, Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC is one of the largest stocking and truly independent suppliers in the Americas of genuine and aftermarket spare parts for high-speed separators.
Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC stocks over 10,000 spare parts and equipment in a climate controlled warehouse. 
For more information about Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC, please contact Ryan Picou at:
Tel: 985-346-0122.
Email: info@separatorequipment.com
www.separatorequipment.com
 
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