CALGARY, AB – CEDA recently opened a new office and shop in Fort St. John, British Columbia, as part of its strategy to further expand its reach within the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Steven Cooper, the newly appointed Operations Manager, is overseeing the 10,000 square foot shop that houses a fleet of pressure and water trucks, tankers, hot oilers, steamers, hydro vacuum and combination vacuum units used to deliver comprehensive industrial cleaning services.
In 2017, CEDA entered the B.C. market by acquiring Joe Loomis Trucking in Dawson Creek, and continued to grow its operations through the recent acquisition of Breakthrough Oilfield Services.
“Now with the addition of the Fort St. John office, we are well positioned to meet the increasing demand for our services,” said Joe Loomis, CEDA’s Vice President of Operations for the B.C. Region. “Our new location strengthens our presence in Northeastern B.C. and allows us to be more accessible to our growing client base. We look forward to making a positive contribution to the local economy and giving back to the community,” Mr. Loomis added.
The new office address is 9811 78 Street, Fort St. John, B.C. V1J 4J8 and the main office number is 250-785-5154. To learn more about career opportunities in the region, visit CEDA.com/careers.
With approximately 2,000 employees, CEDA is a leading industrial services company providing maintenance, turnaround, construction and project services to clients in the oil and gas, pipeline, power, pulp and paper, chemical, mining, municipal and steel markets for over 45 years. CEDA has offices throughout North America and delivers more than 120 distinct services to support critical operations at its clients’ facilities. CEDA is committed to delivering world-class solutions through innovative technologies, equipment and processes, always with safety top of mind.
For further information: Trish Kloberdanz, Corporate Communications Manager, CEDA, Direct: 403-476-5643, Cell: 403-808-5239, email@example.com