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Gardner Denver drilling programme poised for expansion

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Gardner Denver Petroleum & Industrial Pumps (P&IP), the only total solutions provider to the drilling, well servicing and frack pumps market has announced a significant sale of PXL2000HP drilling pumps to an industry-leading contract driller located in the Rocky Mountain Region.

“We are thrilled to see expansion of these high pressure pumps in a very tight market,” said Kevin Parks, Key account sales manager at Gardner Denver P&IP. “We are confident that our PXL2000HP drilling pumps will enhance their rig offerings, increase performance in horizontal applications, as well as extend overall life span.”


Despite a slow start in 2017, the onshore drilling sector is showing signs of recovery and drilling companies are beginning to implement plans to upgrade existing or build new rig equipment. With Gardner Denver P&IP’S restructured pricing and financing programs, numerous domestic drilling companies have contacted Gardner Denver P&IP with purchase inquiries for drilling pumps and upgrade kits.


“This recent order coupled with several inquiries for our drilling and aftermarket products are positive indicators that 2018 is forecast to be a stronger year for the drilling sector,” said Parks. “As markets continue to improve, Gardner Denver P&IP is poised to respond with best-in-class pumps, products, and customer-centric programs and services.”


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