Cook Compression Acquires Mechanical Field Services
MFS is a leading provider of field and shop services, contract maintenance and turnkey project services
Cook Compression today announced the acquisition of Mechanical Field Services, LP, a leading provider of turnkey repair, maintenance and overhaul services for compressors, engines, pumps, turbines and other reciprocating and rotating equipment. For over 20 years, Mechanical Field Services (MFS) has served the needs of energy, power generation, manufacturing and other heavy industries.
The addition of Mechanical Field Services enhances Cook Compression’s position as a turnkey provider of gas compression solutions for the oil and gas industry. “MFS enjoys a reputation for superior technical ability and responsive service,” said Don York, President of Cook Compression. “Our combined capabilities give compressor operators a single source for a full range of expertise, services and engineered products to support their maintenance needs, planned outages and project activities.
“Cook Compression and MFS have collaborated on a number of compressor projects and developed a strong business relationship in recent years. From those experiences we know that, as an organization, MFS shares our business values and commitment to providing the highest caliber services and products for our customers.”
Cook will operate the business as Cook-MFS, Inc. Key management from MFS continue in the new organization and will lead initiatives to expand the geographic footprint for field services. Eric Kennedy assumes the role of General Manager and Wade Calk will serve as Manager – Operations. The business will report through Cook Services Vice President and General Manager Frank Wierengo.
About Mechanical Field Services, LP
Mechanical Field Services was founded in 1988 and provides a full range of field and shop services, contract maintenance and turnkey, custom-engineered project work. MFS currently operates from two facilities, a headquarters and large shop southwest of Houston in Van Vleck, TX, and a satellite facility north of Odessa in Gardendale, TX.