Cross-Country Oil & Gas Pipeline Construction Company Website Updated

Cross-Country oil & gas pipeline construction company, Hanging H, announced the release of its updated website. The portal features a new section carrying industry articles and is designed to meet the company's need for improved social media engagement.

Burlington, United States - June 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

National oil & gas pipeline construction company, Hanging H, announced the launch of its updated website. The site showcases the Hanging H suite of pipeline construction services and the company’s industry-leading project execution capabilities. Employee wellness, safety, and environmental responsibility are at the core of the firm’s business practices. The portal features several new pages covering company objectives and policies in those areas. The oil and gas pipeline construction firm’s core values are highlighted in a new section that documents the firm’s commitment to its cornerstones of safety, honesty, integrity, reliability, stewardship, loyalty, teamwork, quality, and family.

More information about Hanging H is available on the new website at http://hanginghco.com

The website now features a new section covering industry news and perspectives from the oil & gas sector. The site serves as a comprehensive resource for information, news, and developments in the industry and within the company. The ‘Industry Articles’ section will be updated regularly and can be accessed through the main menu at the top of the website.

Other new features include access to the company’s social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus, and YouTube, located in the footer of the new website. To follow company updates and industry news, users are invited to like and follow Hanging H’s Facebook profile page at https://www.facebook.com/hanginghco/.

According to a spokesperson for Hanging H Companies, “The launch of our new website reflects our growth as a company and offers our clients and partners an in-depth view of our services and corporate responsibilities. The new site showcases our continued commitment to excellence in client engagement and knowledge dissemination.”

Hanging H is a family-owned professional pipeline construction company serving the American oil & gas sector through the installation and maintenance of cross-country pipelines that transport crude oil, natural gas, chemicals, refined products, CO2, and water.

The firm also provides pipeline relocation & lowering, erosion control installation & maintenance, integrity repairs, horizontal directional drilling, facilities construction, consultancy services, hydrostatic testing, and other related services.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeri Pagh
Email: jpagh@hanginghco.com
Organization: Hanging H Companies
Address: 1912 S Burlington Blvd Suite 100, Burlington, WA 98233, United States
Phone: +1-360-726-2334

For more information, please visit http://hanginghco.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359904

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