What is the difference between a good company and a great company? Look no further than Tervita, Oilweek Magazine’s 2012 Supplier of the Year.
The Supplier of the Year award was bestowed upon Tervita for its innovative leadership and excellence in the Canadian energy service and supply industry. The annual award was determined by an online poll among five services companies selected by Oilweek’s editorial team. After a week of voting, Tervita received more than 5,400 votes, representing 62 per cent of the vote.
“We are honoured and humbled by the selection of Tervita as Supplier of the Year,” said John Gibson, Tervita president and CEO.
In March 2012, Tervita rebranded more than a dozen companies under the CCS Group, including Hazco, Concord and Beck, to join expertise, experience, assets and services to develop integrated project management solutions and provide customers easier access to Tervita’s comprehensive array of services.
Tervita continues to be a leader in innovation and technology, introducing several new technologies and practices to the market in 2012 including North America’s first ‘green’ service rig, abandonment technology Direxit and an environmentally sustainable treatment process for evaporator blowdown.
The company continues to grow and expand its services offerings and geographical reach, acquiring 10 companies, opening four facilities and opening a regional office in Saskatoon this year.
“We are blessed to work with a community of customers who are dedicated to responsible and ethical operations,” said Gibson. We further benefit from a cadre of employees who are diligent and committed to meeting the needs of those customers. Thank you to our employees and customers for taking the time to vote and support Tervita.”