EnTrans International Officially Debuts at Offshore Technology Conference 2015

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Parent company to SERVA, Heil Trailer and Kalyn Siebert highlights new product offerings.

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With our deep reserves of knowledge, people, resources and worldwide reach, no one is more committed and better equipped to answer the world’s energy and transportation challenges

EnTrans International made its official industry debut at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2015, which is being held at NRG Park in Houston, Texas, May 4 - 7. EnTrans is the parent company of SERVA, Heil Trailer and Kalyn Siebert. Products from all three brands are on display throughout the OTC event at the EnTrans booth, number 430.

EnTrans International is the one company that is at the intersection of energy and transportation. From oil pad to extraction, from refinery to the fuel pump to chemical, food-grade, construction and manufacturing, EnTrans provides market-leading products throughout 85 countries around the world.

Shown at the 2015 OTC, SERVA’s new iMast brings innovation to the Coiled Tubing industry through the ability to manipulate the injector on multiple planes. The crane handling an injector delivers efficiency and versatility. With the iMast, customers receive the safety and control of a traditional mast coil unit. The telescoping mast reaches multiple well heads and also increases safety and efficiency. The new SERVA iMast operates seamlessly with the entire SERVA product line. OTC attendees can use simulators at the EnTrans booth to test-drive SERVA’s all-new control systems.

A new SERVA Cementer and mixing skids are also on display at OTC. This equipment provides state-of-the-art mixing and automatic control, as well as superior, automatic density control—all with minimum product maintenance. A high-energy mixing system can mix the most difficult slurries. The Cementer and mixing skids are outstanding performers, even in extremely harsh environments.

In addition to its exciting new products, SERVA recently unveiled new marketing messaging and a new logo that ties closely with the company’s brand. The logo has a hidden “one” within it because that’s at the heart of why SERVA is here and signifies its commitment and promise. The logo also includes angular shapes that point to the center, representing pieces coming together as one—all SERVA locations joining together as one SERVA, no longer a group of different entities. This also represents SERVA’s product offerings surrounding the well throughout the drilling and extracting process.

Other products on display at OTC include SERVA C-Pumps, Frac Pumps, Triplex Pumps and Quintuplex Pumps. Additionally a Heil Trailer Sander and Crude trailers and a Kalyn Siebert Lowboy Extendable are also present at OTC.

“With our deep reserves of knowledge, people, resources and worldwide reach, no one is more committed and better equipped to answer the world’s energy and transportation challenges,” stated Randall Swift, President, Director of the Board, EnTrans International. “Because of this, EnTrans is the driving force in energy and transportation.”

About EnTrans International
Comprised of Heil Trailer, Kalyn Siebert and SERVA, EnTrans International is a leading manufacturer of tank trailers, oilfield equipment and related components used in the oil and gas industry. Its worldwide reach spans 85 countries where its products are in service today. EnTrans International is headquartered in Cleveland, Tennessee, and manufactures one of the broadest product portfolios in the industry from 11 manufacturing facilities in Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, China and Thailand. Through the resources and guidance of American Industrial Partners, along with its global manufacturing capabilities and a comprehensive dealer network, EnTrans International provides market-leading products that equip customers for greater success and profitability for the long term. Learn more at EnTransInternational.com.

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