DataCan Services Corp. is pleased to announce that it has purchased the Measuring Head product line from Lee Specialties. The purchase includes the Measuring Heads: Slickline, E-Line, and Tension product lines, effective 1 October 2019.
DATACAN SERVICES CORP.
TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS, VENDORS, AND EMPLOYEES,
DataCan Services Corp., a global leader in oilfield instrumentation, announced that it entered an agreement to acquire the Measuring Head product line from Lee Specialties.
The purchase includes the Measuring Heads: Slickline, E-Line, and Tension product lines, effective 1 October 2019.
The Lee Specialties Measuring Heads are widely known for their innovative design and reliability. This product line is a natural fit into DataCan’s existing product catalog. DataCan already services many of the same customers and this synergy should provide a more fulfilling customer experience. DataCan is committed to continue technology development of Measuring Head product lines.
DataCan’s goal is to continue to offer exceptional customer support and leading-edge product designs to our global customer base.
DataCan and Lee Specialties will continue to work together through this transition to ensure that the process is as seamless as possible.
ABOUT LEE SPECIALTIES
Lee Specialties focus will be on the development & design of innovative pressure control equipment for Coil Tubing, Wireline, Snubbing, Offshore Wireline Skids and Wireline Trucks. The divestiture of this product line will allow LSI’s to focus in as a global industry leader in the pressure control market.
Since 2006, DataCan has been focused on designing and manufacturing cased hole instrumentation including high performance pressure and temperature gauges for use in the oil and gas industry.
DataCan’s main product lines include autonomous downhole pressure loggers, surface pressure loggers, downhole shut in tools, and permanent downhole well monitoring. In 2014 DataCan acquired the Electronics Division of Lee Specialties including Production Logging Tools and Data Acquisition.
Mark Hartwell, President