LONGVIEW, TX-July 27th, 2015-The 2015 South Texas Oilfield Expo kicks off this week, beginning Wednesday, July 29th at 9 am. It will feature new tech, as well as improvements to proven solutions designed to help streamline operations, improve efficiency, and cut costs.
“When it’s time for a business to explore or implement a new operational strategy, this show is where they find the tools they need to do it,” said Eli Logan, President of Texas Classic Productions, LLC, the company that produces the 2015 South Texas Oilfield Expo. “From forming strategic partnerships and getting better prices from suppliers to discovering new tech, there are endless opportunities for attendees to get what they need to profitably compete.”
From upstream to downstream, small to heavy equipment, the show consists of 303 exhibiting companies across 597 booths. Participating companies are looking to find new customers and connect with those who have been orphaned by a previous provider that didn’t survive the downturn. Many exhibitors see the show as a chance to go head-to-head with their competitors on service, quality, and price.
“South Texas has been, and will continue to be, where a lot of activity is,” said David Gershon, VP of Sales and Marketing for U.S. Tape Company, a company which manufactures and distributes oil tank gauging tapes and is exhibiting in Booth # 936. “Right now, people are looking to save money. If I can save them 20-25% over my competitor, why wouldn’t I want to expose them to my product?”
“We’ve said it earlier this year and it still rings true: for attendees, the show floor is their oyster,” Logan said. “The South Texas Oilfield Expo’s focus on deal-making, networking, and trade translates into a real opportunity for attendees to get the insights, products, and service they need to defend their business against a tough market.”
The 2015 South Texas Oilfield Expo is open to industry professionals for two days only: Wednesday, July 29, from 9 am to 5 pm and Thursday, July 30, from 9 am to 12 pm at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. The cost of a two-day pass is $20 at the door.