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Expansion for Farwest Corrosion Control Company

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Farwest Corrosion Control Company is proud to announce that Mr. Tim Mullen has joined the company as Southwestern CP Supervisor, located in Phoenix, Arizona, US.

Mr. Mullen has over 22 years of technical and practical experience in the cathodic protection industry. He holds a NACE CP2 certification and has worked throughout the US on construction and technical projects related to corrosion protection.

Mr. Mullen will be responsible for expanding Farwest services and products in the Southwest. “We are very happy to have Tim as a part of our team. He’s an experienced professional with both technical expertise and practical experience. With his knowledge and field experience, he will be a great resource for our customers. We look forward to his contributions as we expand our footprint into the Southwest,” commented Dan McGrew, Farwest Vice President of Construction.

Farwest is a leading company in cathodic protection and corrosion control services for industries that maintain underground and underwater infrastructure, storage systems and other submerged metallic structures.

About Farwest Corrosion Control Company

Farwest Corrosion Control Company is a leading company in comprehensive cathodic protection and corrosion control services and related products. The firm is known for finding solutions to difficult problems through quality products, sound engineering solutions and on-site installation services. Founded in 1956, Farwest remains privately held, family owned and is a Certified Woman Owned Business. The firm is headquartered in Downey, California, has eight regional operations and over 175 employees nationwide.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/04022020/expansion-for-farwest-corrosion-control-company/

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