Northern Crane buys Scorpion
By NC Services GroupNews
Oct. 2, 2013 – Edmonton-headquartered NC Services Group, otherwise known as Northern Crane , has announced it has entered into a binding agreement providing for the acquisition of all of the shares of S.S. Pevach Ventures (doing business as Scorpion Industries ).
Oct. 2, 2013 – Edmonton-headquartered NC Services Group, otherwise known as Northern Crane , has announced it has entered into a binding agreement
providing for the acquisition of all of the shares of S.S. Pevach
Ventures (doing business as Scorpion Industries ).
Scorpion was founded and built by Shawn and Sonia Pevach, long time
Bonnyville, Alta., residents. Scorpion has grown into a leading
supplier of fully operated and maintained boom truck and oilfield
services in the fast growing SAGD and heavy oil regions of Alberta,
namely Bonnyville/Cold Lake, Wabasca and Conklin.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Scorpion Industries to help
service the fast growing Bonnyville/Cold Lake, Wabasca and Conklin
markets,” said Ted Redmond, president and CEO of NCSG. "There are numerous SAGD and heavy oil sites both under construction and
in need of reoccurring maintenance services in this region and Scorpion
is a major supplier to those sites with an outstanding reputation for
safety and customer service.”
Shawn Pevach will remain with the company as regional director
responsible for all operations in the Bonnyville/Cold Lake and Wabasca
areas. “We will continue to provide our clients with all our existing
services and enhance these services with additional equipment from
NCSG’s crane and heavy haul operations,” said Shawn. “Our locally based
employees will continue to provide outstanding service to our many loyal
customers. With access to the NCSG safety and engineering team and a
combined fleet of over 280 cranes/boom trucks, 200 lines of hydraulic
platform trailers, 190 conventional trailers and 65 tractors we will be
able to meet all of our customers\' project, turnaround, and maintenance
crane rental, hauling and other oilfield services needs."
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