United Safety expands into West Texas with new Midland office

08 March 2015

United Safety expands into West Texas with new Midland officeBIC Magazine featured our office inauguration in Midland, Texas in their March 2015 issue.

United Safety recently opened its fifth office in the U.S. in Midland. The expansion aims at tapping into the vast upstream activity in the region. In charge of the new office is Area Manager Steve Terrio. Terrio has been with United Safety for over six years, previously as field coordinator in United Safety’s Corpus Christi, Texas, and area coordinator in Zama, Alberta, Canada, from 2011-2012.

“This new office will help United Safety better support our customers in West Texas,” said Bob Wicker, general manager, U.S., for United Safety. “Our services will focus primarily in the upstream sector, ranging from fit testing, to hydrogen sulfide training, to equipment rental and on-site safety supervision. Downstream services are also in our sights as our presence in the region solidifies.”

United Safety invites oil and gas professionals in the Odessa/Midland area to visit the new office located at 3113 West County Road 130 to meet the team of experts and see the company’s innovative safety equipment first hand.

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