ParFab Opens New Geismar, Louisiana Location

ParFab accelerates growth with opening of new office in the heart of Louisiana's chemical and refining corridor.

ParFab Companies, is very proud and excited to announce it has expanded to open a new office in Geismar, Louisiana. It lies south of Prairieville and west of Gonzales in the Ascension Parish. The new location will be the company’s fourth office and is located at 6277 Industrial Drive.

To celebrate the opening of this new, strategic location, ParFab will be hosting an ‘Open House’ event this Spring for their customers, employees and industry partners to thank them for their support.

“We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Geismar office. It demonstrates our commitment to growth and expansion to better serve our clients,” commented Laurence Anderson, CEO. “At ParFab, we believe that successfully providing full service solutions for our clients requires more than just knowledge, but a commitment and focus on our customers. Our dedication to excellence, combined with our mission to deliver outstanding service, has established us as a leading provider in the chemical processing and petroleum refining sectors.”, Anderson added.

For more information or to get in contact with a ParFab representative in your region, contact

About ParFab CompaniesHeadquartered in Inola, Okla., ParFab Companies was founded in 2001 as a fabrication shop that manufactured heaters for the petroleum industry. Since its origins in manufacturing, it has grown into a diversified, multi-location company that is capable of large-scale turnarounds, general mechanical operations, equipment fabrication and more. ParFab’s mission is to provide uncompromising safety, quality and successful completion of every project at a competitive price and to the complete satisfaction of its customers. Their goal is to establish repeat business for long term growth and success in the industries they serve.

Tagged: refining, Geismar, Louisiana, Chemical Industry, Turnarounds

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