Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Light at the end of the IOS tunnel

 

Aleta Pearson

Andy Swisher

Rumors of Castronics / Inspection Oilfield Services (IOS) closing its doors are untrue, says Andy Swisher, Area Manager. Despite the fact that oil prices are still low, IOS is not out of the game and has no intention of closing.

Although IOS is owned by LB Foster, a company based out of Pittsburg, and is now a publicly traded company as of March 2015, it is still it's own subsidiary. The company remains fully in business and has working facilities in the Rocky Mountain, Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio regions, however, Kimball remains one of the largest facilities for the company.

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