Axis Sales Team Shows Appreciation for Customers & Crews with Rig Site Cookouts

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As we wrap up the year, we can’t help but appreciate all that we’ve accomplished—from the opportunities we’ve had to partner with our customers and most importantly the hard work our A-team crews have done this year that make Axis a leader in well workovers.

Over the past couple months, the Axis sales team took our cook trailer out to different customer locations throughout the Permian in the Midland Basin and the Delaware Basin where our company had rigs performing drill outs. Our team hosted cookouts to show their appreciation to our customers and to our crews who work onsite for the hard work they do every day. Most of our work consists of 24-hour completion jobs at remote locations, and a home-cooked meal can go a long way both for our crews and the customer representatives at the well site.

“We do these cookouts for both our customers and our crews to show we value our people,” says Erik Coleman, Axis Vice President of Sales. “We want to show our customers we appreciate our partnerships with them and thank our crews for their hard work and dedication to the Axis brand.”

The sales teams visited crews working at customer locations in Big Spring in West Texas as well as New Mexico that were working on full Axis packages with the rig, XK swivels, 1500hp pumps, Forum laydowns, and our BOP stacks. At one customer location, Axis had a full-package rig working and snubbing unit performing a fishing job.

Contact Erik.Coleman@axisofs.com to learn more about how Axis can provide you with completions and workover services by integrating a broad range of solutions into one seamless offering.

Thank you to our sales team for cooking delicious meals and to our A-team crews for working hard, day and night.

 

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