Jan 31, 2019. Scout officially opened its doors in Cresson, Texas, a centrally located facility near the Fort Worth area. The newly refurbished space will house and repair frac and production valves with supply and distribution of API-6A and API-6D equipment with various production, frac, and frac iron support parts. The facility has three separate buildings, new testing equipment, bunkers, and a concrete three acre yard.
Strategically centered between major oil and gas operations, Scout’s intention is to centralize equipment to better control quality and pricing with a strong workforce.
“Many of our customers are struggling with increasing labor and associated living costs in some of the basins, factors which influence price, availability, and repetitive quality metrics. We founded Scout with the mission of solving these issues for our customers” said Scott Blue, VP – Business Development.
“While customer property and frac valves sales and repair is a main driver for us, one of our initial goals is better utilization and forecasting of requirements in all areas to minimize the need for long cycle deliveries and expedited fees. By being centered around Permian, Oklahoma, Haynesville, and South Texas, we intend to have distribution for our manufactured and customer property products available quickly and with a quick turn around” added, Chris Koch, VP – Operations.