TULSA, Okla., Feb. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Matrix Service Company (Nasdaq:MTRX) announced today that Chevron Products Company has awarded Matrix NAC, the Company’s union subsidiary, a Master Products and Services Contract for turnaround and plant services for its U.S. refineries, including mechanical work, welding and piping work and other turnaround-related services, as well as tank repair and maintenance services.
“We take great pride in our longstanding, enterprise-wide relationship with Chevron,” said John R. Hewitt, CEO of Matrix Service Company. “We appreciate the ongoing trust Chevron has in our people to meet their exacting standards of safety and quality and look forward to supporting facility maintenance and capital project needs across their integrated energy and chemicals business in the downstream segment.”
This award expands Matrix NAC’s geographic reach into California to provide its customers with the high level of services needed to complete their storage and refining construction, maintenance and repair projects.
About Matrix Service Company
Founded in 1984, Matrix Service Company is parent to a family of companies that include Matrix Service, Matrix NAC, Matrix PDM Engineering and Matrix Applied Technologies. Our subsidiaries design, build and maintain infrastructure critical to North America’s energy, power and industrial markets. Matrix Service Company is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma with subsidiary offices located throughout the United States and Canada, as well as Sydney, Australia and Seoul, South Korea.
The Company reports its financial results based on four key operating segments: Electrical Infrastructure, Storage Solutions, Oil Gas & Chemical and Industrial. To learn more about Matrix Service Company, visit matrixservicecompany.com.
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