Cooper Cameron Consolidates Compression Related Divisions


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Cooper Cameron Corp., a leading provider of petroleum and industrial equipment and services in more than 100 countries around the world, has consolidated its two compression-related divisions, Cooper Energy Services and Cooper Turbocompressor, into one division named Cooper Compression. The new division encompasses reciprocating and centrifugal compression equipment and aftermarket parts and services, and serves customers in the energy industry and a variety of process and manufacturing industries.

"This move reinforces our commitment to provide the marketplace with the broadest range of compression solutions," said Robert J. Rajeski, president of Cooper Compression. "Cooper Compression offers a unique combination of technology leadership, product innovation and industry-leading aftermarket services for reciprocating and centrifugal compression applications."

Cooper Compression will retain and market all products and services offered by the previous divisions, including the Ajax, Superior, Cooper-Bessemer, CB Turbocharger, Nickles, Penn, Enterprise, TSI, Texcentric, Turbo Air, MSG and Vantage lines, as well as COOPERSERV Aftermarket Services.

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