OE Staff
Sunday, May 27, 2012

Aberdeen-based drilling waste management specialist TWMA has opened a new manufacturing base in Houston on the back of recent contracts for its services from several US operators. Ian Nicolson, the company’s VP Americas, said the facility would employ American-made equipment and could potentially ‘change the dynamics of the entire company’.

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