$2.4m investment in Port of Catoosa expansion


Linde Process Plants (LPP) will invest $2.4m to expand its existing fabrication facility located at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, company officials announced today.

The project includes construction of a new office building and the expansion of a trial fitting area. Company officials say a combination of recent and future growth as well as the desire to improve safety prompted the expansion. Steve Bertone, CEO and President of LPP said, “We are pleased to be at the forefront of plant modularisation and these upgrades will yield even more opportunities to develop and streamline our processes.”

The new office building will be a two-story, 13,000 square-foot structure. It will be located across the street in close proximity to fabrication activity. Bertone explained the added space allows for future staff growth and the new location provides a more effective, safe environment for fabrication.

Before shipping completed modules to customers, LPP conducts a trial fit to ensure the modules have been fabricated according to specifications. Relocating office workers to a new site allows for more room to trial fit modules, adding efficiency and improving overall productivity. “The expansion will allow for improved productivity, quality control measures and most importantly safety,” said Eric Sandefur, Director of Manufacturing.

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