National Pump & Compressor has opened three new locations this month: in Williston, N.D.; Fort Collins, Colo.; and Wilmington, Del. NPC also will be holding a grand opening at its recently opened branch in Bakersfield, Calif.
The Williston, N.D., branch will focus on teaming up with companies exploring the Bakken Shale formation in North Dakota. The branch will primarily supply pumps to this sector.
“The Williston branch will give NPC the opportunity to fully service the Bakken Shale formation as well as the construction industry, pipeline contractors, municipalities, and any other industries that call on us for pump needs in western Dakota,” said Williston manager Trey Sepulvado.
The Fort Collins, Colo., facility will be an extension of the Grand Junction branch, serving the mining and oil and gas industries throughout the state.
NPC’s Wilmington, Del., branch will assist in NPC’s disaster-relief initiative, as well as serve the industrial, construction, and municipal industries in the surrounding area. The Wilmington branch is managed by Otto Steffers.
The Bakersfield branch is NPC’s first on the West Coast. The branch will focus on serving the petrochemical, refining, municipal, mining and agricultural industries in Bakersfield and the surrounding San Joaquin Valley.
Based in Beaumont, Texas, National Pump & Compressor rents pumps, compressors, dryers and related equipment to businesses and municipalities.
NPC has 37 branches in North America.