Gardner Denver Pumps to exhibit at Global Petroleum Show in Calgary

June 5, 2015

Dedicated to helping its customer solve their challenges, Gardner Denver Energy will be on hand at the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) to field questions, offer solutions and give advice on how to get the longest life from your drilling, well-service and fracturing products. Gardner Denver Energy, our team of four trusted brands, is sharing technology and research across divisions, and investing in the innovation that drives performance and value. We're here with proven products and services to help you meet any challenge across the entire energy spectrum - upstream, midstream and downstream. You can visit Gardner Denver at outdoor booth #3601 from June 9 to June 11, 2015 at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Customers will be able to see fluid end representations, the Black Diamond Hydrostatic Tester, a loading arm by Emco Wheaton, Nash’s deaeration model, Garo compressor and aftermarket products including valves, seats, packing and plungers.

With the recent opening of the its first Canadian service center in Leduc, Gardner Denver is ready and available to help local customers. The new facility will be a big part of the conversation at the show. 

“We’re excited to introduce our customers to our new facility,” says Mike MacPherson, Gardner Denver Canadian Sales Manager. “We designed this location to provide our customers with superior service, local OEM technical support and in-depth training capability. We understand the challenges they are facing, and we think our local support will help them lower their operating costs.” 
 
The Edmonton facility stocks fluid ends, valves, seats, packing and plungers. By having these items stocked locally, customers can count on quick delivery including same-day for select locations. Plus, when customers are down, they can use Gardner Denver’s Core Exchange program. The Core Exchange program minimizes downtime by providing customers with a re-manufactured frac pump in exchange for the customer’s broken pump. By using a re-manufactured pump, customers can resume operations much sooner than waiting on repairs to be completed. With tightening budgets, the Core Exchange program is a great solution for Canadian customers. 
 
Another benefit to the new facility is the training center. Customers can team up with Gardner Denver to schedule training sessions with their employees. They’ll learn correct operation and maintenance of key components including fluid ends. By properly maintaining equipment, customers can extend the life of their pumps. 
 
To learn more about Gardner Denver’s operations in Canada, be sure to visit us at GPS, outdoor booth #3601. For questions about Gardner Denver or its products, please call 1-866-GD-PUMPS or internationally at 918-GDPUMPS. You can also visit our website at www.gardnerdenverpumps.com. 
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