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CEDA continues to execute on its strategy to expand into the Montney play, opening a new shop and office in Fort St. John.

The new 10,000 square foot shop at at 9811 78 Street houses a fleet of pressure and water trucks, tankers, hot oilers, steamers, hydro vacuum and combination vacuum units used to deliver industrial cleaning services. Steven Cooper is the newly appointed operations manager to oversee the shop.

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In the last nine months the Calgary-based company has acquired two oilfield service companies located in nearby Dawson Creek, B.C.: Joe Loomis Trucking and Breakthrough Oilfield Services.

"Now with the addition of the Fort St. John office, we are well positioned to meet the increasing demand for our services," said Joe Loomis, who is now CEDA's vice-president of operations for the B.C. Region, in a statement. 

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