October 1, 2013
“This was solely about our partnership with Halliburton,” MHC Kenworth – Oklahoma City Branch Manager Jack Constant said. “We had an opportunity to help, and we were glad to accommodate.”
Halliburton hosted more than 100 of its guests and customers, including politicians and local media. On display at the event were dual-fuel frac pump trailers, a solar-powered sand bin and other forms of “green” technology that Halliburton currently offers, with the focus of the event on its commitment to all fuels through CNG pickups and frac.
“This was an ideal location for us, as it fit the space requirements and presented a secure environment for our guests to attend,” Global Equipment Maintenance Manager Larry Deweese said. “We consider MHC a key strategic supplier for Halliburton. We’re really in sync with MHC Kenworth. In fact, practically every Kenworth truck that Halliburton uses comes through them.”
This partnership goes beyond MHC Kenworth – Oklahoma City, and extends to other MHC locations as well.
“MHC does whatever it takes to help and work with local field camps where Halliburton is present,” Vice President David Douglas said. “We are honored to receive an award from Halliburton, and continue to provide the best customer service in the industry.”
Located across 11 states, MHC is a network of over 90 locations, including 55 heavy and medium-duty truck dealers, 36 MHC Truck Leasing locations, four Carrier Transicold locations and a wholly-owned finance company, MHC Financial Services. MHC features Kenworth, Hino, Ford, Volvo and Isuzu trucks. Through its formal quality program, MHC delivers excellent service to its customers and maintains ISO 9001 certification.