“Developing new applications over multiple industries has allowed T-Rex to continue rapid growth during a down economy,” Tim Carmichael, T-Rex president said.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 17, 2010
Texas ReExcavation, LC (http://www.tex-rex.com), a leader in hydro excavation and industrial vacuum services, announced this week that it is featured on the cover of Pumper magazine’s September 2010 issue.
Pumper magazine (http://www.pumper.com), a leading liquid waste industry publication delivering relevant industry information, highlights companies that are performing at the top of their field.
“It’s an honor to land the cover of the industry’s who’s who publication,” T-Rex founder Bobby Hillin, Jr. said. “We’re pleased for the recognition and will continue to deliver the quality service that turned the spotlight our way.”
The Pumper magazine’s ‘Fueled For Success’ article, a reference to Hillin’s NASCAR career, highlights the vacuum excavation firm’s resourcefulness by discovering new applications for their state of the art hydro and air excavation equipment:
“Developing new applications over multiple industries has allowed T-Rex to continue rapid growth during a down economy,” Tim Carmichael, T-Rex president said. “Added services, such as above ground electromagnetic utility line location has enhanced efficiencies and saved our clients money.”
Such innovations allow T-Rex to grow market share, but also enable the company to help their community recover after natural disasters with much-needed emergency services to assist in power and sewage service restoration.
“We seek to expand our service lines without a compromise in quality,” Carmichael said. “As this industry grows, we want to be an industry leader. When people think of hydro and air excavation, we want T-Rex to be the name they think of.”
About Texas ReExcavation
Texas ReExcavation, LC (http://www.tex-rex.com), a Houston-based hydro and air excavation company, was founded in 2001 and operates and maintains a fleet of the world’s most advanced vacuum technology trucks. The company services much of the southern U.S. region including Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.