Cook Compression Moves in Oklahoma City

New facility designed to streamline work flow


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Cook Compression has completed a move of its Oklahoma City service center to 6836 Pat Ave.

The new facility offers complete cylinder and power repair services for all major reciprocating compressors. It will provide routine component repairs, as well as complex, major shop overhauls, compressor re-rates and field services.

Cook handles every aspect of the work, ranging from tear-down and inspection through final repair and assembly. It also is an authorized Ariel replacement parts distributor and service provider.

“The expansion certainly gives us more space,” said Jeff Huston, Cook vice president of North American service operations. “But just as important was the opportunity to design every inch of that space to streamline work flow and support process improvements.”

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