Earlier this year, RW Lyall opened a new sales and service center facility in Dickinson, North Dakota to support the area’s booming shale oil industry.
In operation since March 18, the 4,000-sq-ft facility provides critical support to one of the country’s largest shale oil drilling regions.
RW Lyall’s facility will provide maintenance and service for well pad equipment located throughout the Bakken formation. The initial start-up operation includes two service technicians and two service trucks (pick-up and craned utility). A repair shop carrying inventoried parts is in the works.
The facility will also house a regional pipeline sales office headed by sales manager Cliften Batty, who specializes in oil, gas wellhead and midstream businesses.
“The opening of this facility helps Lyall further enhance our commitment and dedication to, and presence in, the oil and gas wellhead and midstream market in this area of the country,” said Lyall’s COO Bruce Lange. “We will continue to build strong customer relationships by offering only the best in customer care and quality—in both our products and service.”
The new Lyall Service Center is located at 819 Implement Drive in Dickinson.
RW Lyall’s operations include 200,000 sq ft of manufacturing space in two facilities located in Corona, California, New Berlin, Wisconsin and now Dickinson. More than 250 employees produce and distribute 22 Lyall product lines across North America.Tags: Bakken, North Dakota, oilfield services