TAM Opens New West Texas Office

TAM International announced Tuesday the opening of a new district office and shop in Midland, Texas. The new office is the latest in a series of recent growth and expansion efforts that ensure the company is well positioned to offer the highest level of customer service and support in rapid growth markets, including the Permian Basin.

"The Permian Basin market continues to skyrocket, offering significant growth and expansion opportunities," said Carl Landcaster, Midland district manager for TAM International. "Our new Midland office reflects the company's unflagging commitment to offering new and existing clients localized customer service and support."

The company's new 11,500-square-foot facility opened its doors on Jan. 1, 2013. The Midland facilities will offer a full range of drilling, completions and workover tools and services, including the PosiFrac Multi-Stage Fracture System.

Landcaster will manage the office along with a regional team focused on enhancing TAM's customer support and services while establishing key relationships throughout the region.

The new office is located at 6505 FM 1788 South, Midland, TX.

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