Tulsa, OKLA (PRWEB) May 18, 2016
Advanced Industrial Devices, a national provider of motors and variable speed drive packages, announced it is strategically expanding to serve the Permian Basin region. Gabriel Cochran joins AID as Permian Region Sales Manager and Scott Parker will manage the company's new acquired motor and parts warehouse in Odessa, Texas. The leadership positions will provide further growth opportunities in the company’s market share by ensuring equipment can arrive quickly and efficiently to targeted areas.
“Our customers rely on our expertise to provide the right equipment as quickly as possible, and we know there is an opportunity and need for that level of service in the Permian Region,” Chief Executive Officer Russell Claybrook said. “Our growth, however, can only happen as long as we stay grounded to our mission to always focus on customer service and bring value to our customers with quality products and services.”
Cochran brings more than 13 years of experience in domestic and international sales and service in the upstream oil and gas industry. Having worked across 20 different countries, his experience will directly lead to more ability for AID to expand its service and operations in west Texas.
Parker will support the efforts at the new motor and parts warehouse in Odessa.
“When equipment is broken and you're working out in the field, waiting days or weeks for it to be fixed is not an option,” Claybrook said. “By adding Scott to our team as warehouse manager, we're making a commitment to reducing customers' operational downtime and quickly getting them what they need to keep production moving.”
For more information about AID, visit http://www.aidusa.com
About Advanced Industrial Devices Founded in 1982, AID works to be the best possible supplier of electric motors, controls and drives. The company is committed to always striving to deliver exceptional performance and guaranteed value. During the past 32 years, the company has evolved dramatically, but its fundamental goal never wavered. AID services industrial end-users, manufacturers, equipment packagers, oil and gas producers, agricultural users, aggregate companies and electrical contractors.