Sandale Utility Products HDPE Pipe Now Hiring In Western Canada

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sandale Utility Products HDPE Pipe is pleased to announce that they are now hiring in Western Canada. The company, which specialises in providing a wide variety of HDPE products to their clients, is currently in the process of hiring new people to join their team. Sandale’s products are used in many different markets, including industrial, municipal, environmental, telecommunications, gas gathering, and gas distribution.

While the company has always, and still, specializes in Polyethylene pipe, Sandale also stocks a number of other products related to polyethylene pipe and pipe fusion. They strive to provide the highest quality products and services to all their clients. Sandale says, “We have the experience and the ability to handle both domestic and international projects. Our products and services have been supplied to projects around the world such as Africa, South America, Indonesia, Russia, and India.”

They continue, “Our success is in the quality of our products, and the knowledge and service of our people. We realize that our customers’ success is our success. Therefore, we strive to constantly supply the highest quality products at competitive prices, with the best service and technical support in the industry. We at Sandale / Emco are excited about our future, with the boundaries of our market expanding. We are expanding our office locations and improving our product line to meet the challenges and needs of our customers.”

The company Sandale Utility Products HDPE Pipe was formed in 2003, when Emco Corporation acquired Sandale Utility Products. Sandale was originally established in 1990 as a supplier of polyethylene pipe and fittings to the natural gas market. Before expanding and becoming an internationally known supplier of polyethylene products, Sandale had branches in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Alberta. Since then, Sandale has expanded to a number of locations across Canada, the United States, and even the world.

The company’s expansion continues to this day, with Sandale constantly making efforts to find ways to provide higher quality products and services to a wider range of customers. Their current employment campaign is aimed at adding new blood to the already extensive team of highly qualified professionals.

“At Sandale, getting the fittings you want delivered when you need them is our top priority,” says Sandale Utility Products. “That’s why we keep our facilities stocked with high-quality HDPE fittings and employ the most knowledgeable staff in the business.” The company prides itself on always being available to provide high quality service to each individual customer. Those looking to do business with Sandale may contact the company online.

High-density polyethylene, or HDPE, is a type of flexible plastic pipe used for the transfer of fluid and gas, often in place of ageing concrete or steel pipes. The pipe is known for its high level of impermeability and strong molecular bond, which make it perfect for use in high pressure pipelines. HDPE pipes are often used to supply drinking water or as telecom ducts. HDPE is also generally able to withstand shock waves better than PVC. While PVC is heavier and stronger, HDPE is harder and more resistant to heat and abrasion.

Sandale is also known for their custom fabrication services. They have, over the years, fabricated a wide variety of custom HDPE products for customers all around Canada. “Our skilled Fabricators can produce almost any HDPE product, using the latest technology in welding equipment,” says the company, a statement that is echoed on their website. Their custom fabrication capabilities include custom pipe spooling, header systems, duct systems, floats, docks, perforated pipe, custom fittings, manholes, and much more. Read more about their HDPE Fabrication services online.

Sandale Utility Products is currently looking to expand their workforce, and those looking to join a team of dedicated, qualified professionals and help them deliver high quality products and services to customers all over Canada—and even the world—are encouraged to apply. Potential customers are also welcome to get in touch by contacting Kimberly Lee of Sandale Utility Products.

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For more information about Sandale Utility Products, contact the company here:

Sandale Utility Products
Kimberly Lee
(403) 663-2101
sales@sandale.ca
9716 40 St SE Unit 2, Calgary, AB T2C 2P3

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