Eighteen months after the birth of Premier Cryogenic Services, LLC (PCS), the company is busy, backlogged and building for the future. Despite the challenges presented to businesses by the global coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, PCS has been working hard to provide essential rehabs, retests and repairs of cryogenic equipment from its facilities in La Porte (Houston), Texas, and Slidell, Louisiana.
“We have been fortunate that the pandemic has not negatively impacted us,” Mark Morreale, CEO/Co-founder of PCS told gasworld.
“Earlier this year when all this started, liquid oxygen transports were in high demand. Keeping them on the road was our number one priority. We were getting them in and out as quickly as we could so our customers could continue making crucial oxygen deliveries. And we still do. We inspected and repaired a number of ISO containers, portable tanks, and mobile stations which went to the Javits Centre [a temporary hospital in New York treating overspill Covid-19 patients]. Since the first wave, we haven’t seen anything like the demand we saw early on in the pandemic. But oxygen trailers and ISO container repairs still receive our top priority.”
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