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BY BROOKE INFUSINO BELL INDUSTRIES INC. Bell Industries says it will add new environmentally friendly cleaning agents to its product portfolio to meet demand from the oil and gas industry. BELL INDUSTRIES SAYS IT STANDS OUT AMONG THE COMPETITION BY DISTRIBUTING NAME-BRAND PRODUCTS TO THE OIL AND GAS FIELDS OF NORTH AMERICA. INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS WINTER 2010 t Bell Industries, success isn’t about having the largest inventory or the broadest-reaching distribution network, but rather the right mix of supplies that perform well in the oil and gas production and industrial sectors, General Manager Kirk Pflughaupt says. Since 1962, the Edmonton, Alberta-based manufacturers representative has been supplying cleaning, filtration and oil and gas production products mainly to large supply stores throughout Northwest and Southwest Canada. They, in turn, sell these products to some large industry players. Bell holds long-term agreements with recognized name-brand product manufacturers in many categories in the industry, including Fisher-Stevens Harbison-Fischer, Joe’s Products from Kleen, Nowata Filtration and EnviroClean, as well as its own brand of high-temperature stuffing box packing available in cone, ring and vee styles. Popular items include lightweight industrial products such as soap sticks, stuffing box packing, cleaning products, filters and tube fittings. In these economic times, where suppliers try to maintain the minimum inventory necessary to remain competitive, Bell Industries has become a resource its clients can depend on when they need items quickly. Bell recognizes that cus- COMPANY PROFILE Bell Industries Inc. www.bellindustries.net Projected 2009 revenues: $2 HQ: Edmonton, Alberta Employees: 5 Specialty: Manufacturing repreKirk Pflughaupt, GM: “We allow [customers] to have a more just-in-time inventory approach, and I think that’s become very valuable.” EXPLORATION-PROCESSING.COM | 61 million to $5 million sentative
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Exploration & Processing - Winter 2010
Exploration & Processing - Winter 2009
Preparing for an Economic Upturn
Emergency Preparedness Case Study
quasar energy group
The Crossing Co.
Discovery Drilling Contractors
Mantra Venture Group
Alaska Clean Seas
Platinum Group Metals Ltd.
TG Engineering Inc.
Abacus Mining & Exploration Corp.
Advanced Rig Services
Bell Industries Inc.
Canrig Drilling Technologies Ltd.
Equipment Maintenance Services
Galloway Oilfield Construction Ltd.
Latex Construction Co.
PC Gold Inc.
Processes Unlimited International Inc.
Global Industries Ltd.
Herman Oil Co.
Juhl Wind Inc.
MWD Services LLC
Nevada Geothermal Power Inc.
Oski Energy LLC
Powertech Uranium Corp.
Avanti Mining Inc.
BlackBrush Oil & Gas – Texstar Midstream
The Coeur d’Alenes Co.
Vibration Technology Inc.
Exploration & Processing - Winter 2010