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Deep Well Services' Continuous Growth Leads to More Jobs, Equipment
Deep Well Services Hires More Than 50 New Employees Since May
In June, the company reached an all-time high for revenue with $3.0 million. By the end of July, company leaders plan to have 128 employees, including 50 hires since May and up more than 100 jobs since March of 2012. Company President and CEO Mark Marmo says the DWS' partners and dedicated employees have helped the company achieve success.
"Our growth is part of the business plan we employ," Marmo says. "We surround ourselves ywniab with good partners. We have first-class customers who have stuck with us, and our employees are the ones who make it all happen."
After adding a 285,000 max pull snubbing unit in May, the Butler County company already has ordered another 285,000-pull unit, to be available in October, and has also brought on an additional 5k unit, which will bring the oilfield-service company's total to six snubbing units working within the Marcellus and Utica plays
The company also recently expanded for the first time into New York State, where employees are performing plugging and abandonment through November.
DWS is the only snubbing company headquartered in Pennsylvania, and the majority of its employees are Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia residents. The company furnishes service rigs and rig assist/standalone snubbing units and has a roustabout line of business in the Appalachia region. More information is available at deepwellservices.com.
For information, contact DWS Chief Operating Officer John Sabo at 412 526-8813.