This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.
SOURCE: Aire Industrial
The future looks bright for all segments of the supply chain concerning the energy services sector according to a study done by the IHS. Shale gas and oil plays in the United States are creating jobs and turning profits for downline partners.
Meridian, Idaho (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
AIRE Industrial, a spill containment manufacturer, has had logged record-breaking revenues for 2012. Part of the uptick in profits is directly related to supplying the gas and oil industry. Though located the non-producing state of Idaho, the manufacture sees increased sales attributable to the booming production resurgence. The company ships out thousands of spill berms and ground protection kits to markets in the US and the rest of the world. The energy sector is keenly aware of its responsibility to environmental protection, and by utilizing spill prevention systems it works towards the goal of stewardship.
Adopting best practices on drill pad sites includes reducing environmental impacts and increasing worker safety. Both goals are being reached simultaneously with the help of unique, patent pending products supplied by AIRE Industrial. The containment systems are recyclable and sustainable, allowing field workers to reuse the moveable products within locations, and properly dispose of after years of use. In addition, protections devised for worker safety keep them from slips and falls while working in and around the well pad. Maximizing environmental protection for the site and for the workers enhances stakeholder and community comfort levels, as well as providing EPA and OSHA compliance.
As a master vendor to those in the industry, AIRE Industrial visits the production fields to gain insight as to the topography as well as glean input from the end users. The engineering department and the technical sales team spend time viewing the layout of the future well pads and talk with the field teams about requirements. Each field has its own unique terrain and workers on site have personal preferences as to the style of containment they wish to work with. After the site survey, the team from AIRE Industrial sends prototypes to the field managers for feedback and approval. Once the nod is given, the production floor gets to work and millions of feet of geomembrane fabric morph into spill berms and containment systems. Two to three shifts work around the clock to fill the orders if necessary.
The benefit of working directly with a manufacturer is the capability to change configurations for every situation, even in the middle of a production run. Sometimes needs change as the weather changes, so having a personal relationship with the manufacturer results in faster delivery. Since the engineers have a roadmap of the site, it is easier to proceed with updated requirements. Each order is a custom endeavor, and clients have come to count on the ability to express their requirements and see them created. Though off the shelf solutions are plentiful, the capability to offer specialized containment designs is a major attribute of the energy services provider.
The increase in sales has allowed the company to recruit new employees. The surge in manufacturing at the plant contributes to the bottom line of its vendors as well. Though other sectors such as agriculture and biofuels manufactures have also spurred a rise in revenue, none has had a drastic effect as the fracking and oil well pad sector. The company fully expects to keep pace in 2013 with its prior year.
For more information contact AIRE Industrial at 2021 E Wilson Lane, Meridian, Id, by phone at 800-247-3846 or via the Web site at http://www.aireindustrial.net
ABOUT AIRE INDUSTRIAL- AIRE Industrial is a manufacturer direct to the public online spill containment store that produces spill berms, water storage tanks, fuel bladders, wastewater bladder tanks, and supplies spill containment equipment, located in Meridian, Id. AIRE
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebJanuary/31/prweb10380627.htm