2020 Hurricane Policy

Morgan City lolͶעals 2020 Hurricane Policy

 

To: Morgan City lolͶעals Customers 2020

2020 Hurricane Preparedness Plan

Dear Loyal Morgan City lolͶעals Customers,

Morgan City lolͶעals has implemented the following equipment policy during the 2020 Hurricane Season. Our first responsibility is the safety of our employees and their families and we apologize for any inconvenience this policy may cause. The customer will be responsible for the security of the equipment during the storm, should the equipment not be returned within the Morgan City lolͶעals Hurricane Preparedness Plan time frame. The customer will be responsible for any damages and losses to the equipment due to the passage of a tropical storm / hurricane.

Please advise Morgan City lolͶעals of any new restrictions/ criteria related to COVID-19 for entering shore bases for equipment deliveries/ pick-up during a hurricane situation.

When a tropical storm / hurricane forms in or enters the Gulf of Mexico, Morgan City lolͶעals Hurricane Preparedness Plan will go into effect.

Alert Status ONE – a named storm forming or entering the Gulf of Mexico will trigger initial Morgan City lolͶעals hurricane preparedness operations. Suspension of "First Refusals” on all equipment will be in effect. Any equipment that is available, if requested, will be put on rent at this time. No rentals will be bound without providing MCR with a PO or AFE number and contact persons responsible for delivery of rented equipment stored at our facilities. Morgan City lolͶעals will assist all of our customers in expediting the return of our rental equipment utilizing Morgan City lolͶעals' trucks or assist in contracting third party transportation to our Morgan City, Golden Meadow, or Broussard, LA facilities if the customer chooses to do so.

Alert Status TWO – a Tropical Storm Watch (sustained winds from 39 to 73 mph are possible within 36 hours) is issued by the National Hurricane Center for an area containing any of our facilities located in Morgan City, Golden Meadow or Broussard, LA. Morgan City lolͶעals personnel will begin to secure facilities. Morgan City lolͶעals will continue to assist customers with equipment rental return and continue to accept equipment at our facilities.

Alert Status THREE – a Hurricane Watch (sustained winds of 73 mph or greater are possible within 36 hours) is issued by the National Hurricane Center for an area containing any of our facilities located in Morgan City, Golden Meadow or Broussard, LA. Morgan City lolͶעals will cease to retrieve or receive equipment from the docks or customers and the rigging division will no longer be able to receive or ship orders. Morgan City lolͶעals personnel will begin evacuations. Additionally, any equipment not returned to Morgan City lolͶעals' facilities prior to setting Alert Status THREE will be considered on rent and the customer will be responsible to ensure the safekeeping of the equipment.

Post Hurricane – Morgan City lolͶעals will conduct an initial damage assessment at all facilities to ensure the facilities can safely resume operations. Any equipment not returned to Morgan City lolͶעals prior to the passage of a tropical storm or hurricane that has been lost or damaged, the customer will be responsible to report the loss or damage of the equipment to Morgan City lolͶעals at the conclusion of the customer's damage assessment. Any equipment available immediately after the passage of the storm will be for rent only. First refusals on equipment will not be honored until all storm assessments are finalized. Thank you for your understanding and for your business relationship with Morgan City lolͶעals. Should you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best Regards,

Brad Guidry

VP/ GM South Louisiana Division

COVID-19 Update

THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF EVERYONE REMAINS OUR TOP PRIORITY.  

Like all of you, we are assessing the situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our business and industry. Please be assured we are committed to maintaining our high level of service, while protecting the health of our employees, our customers and our community. We want to let you know that as of this date we have not had any significant disruption in our supply chain or our ability to service our customer’s requests, orders or shipments.

We continue to carefully reviewed the local, state and federal directives and guidance related to the COVID-19 crisis.  At this time we remain an essential business that must continue its operations.  Our work is critical to ensure continuity of its service and support of essential infrastructure and essential businesses, including health care facilities, food and beverage processing facilities, hospitals, lab facilities, industrial facilities such as municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities that have critical reliance on safe, clean, reliable water.

Besides monitoring the situation, we are also taking the following active measures to reduce the impact to our customers:

  • We are following all recommended strategies issued by the CDC to keep our employees safe and healthy, including allowing employees to work from home whenever possible and rotating shifts to limit person-to-person contact.
  • We are asking our suppliers and customers to limit their visits to our facilities whenever possible as we are committed to maintaining a safe working environment for all of our employees.
  • We are in constant communication with our suppliers in China and Japan to ensure we react immediately to any disruption in our supply chain.
  • We remain readily available to help you address any specific concerns. Our Inside Sales and Outside Sales teams, Service Departments, Accounting and Shipping Departments are all functioning without disruption.
  • We will employ available technologies to provide remote assistance wherever possible.
  • We will remain proactive and update you as necessary.  Please send us an email or call us with any concerns or questions you may have.

In these unique times, our company and our Team joins with everyone to support our community and neighbors. We appreciate your business and understanding during this global health emergency.

Bishop Lifting Acquires Western Sling & Supply Company

Houston, Texas -- September 26, 2019 - Bishop Lifting Products announces that it has completed the acquisition of Western Sling & Supply Company.  Headquartered in the Denver, Colorado suburb of Sedalia, along with a branch operation in Casper, Wyoming, Western Sling & Supply Company is recognized as one of the leading providers of rigging and lifting equipment in the Rocky Mountain region of the US.  This acquisition expands Bishop Lifting’s presence in the Midwest regions of the US, along with broadening the company’s access to new end markets currently being serviced by Western Sling & Supply,

“Strategically, the acquisition of Western Sling complements and strengthens our existing operations in the Rocky Mountain region,” stated Harold King, Bishop Lifting President.  He also commented that “Western Sling & Supply, and its customers, should benefit from gaining access to the broad range of rental and custom engineered and fabricated lifting products offered by Bishop Lifting.”

Stan Truitt, President of Western Sling and Supply, states, “This union between Bishop and Western solidifies our mutual strengths in the energy, construction and manufacturing markets. We are excited to be part of the plan.”

Bishop Lifting, along with Singer Equities and Dakota Fluid Power, are wholly owned subsidiaries of SBP Holdings, headquartered in Houston, TX. With 97 locations, SBP provides industrial rubber, wire rope, rigging, fluid power products and services to a broad range of industrial markets throughout North America. More information can be obtained at , , and .

2019 Hurricane Policy

To: Morgan City lolͶעals Customers 2019

2019 Hurricane Preparedness Plan

Dear Loyal Morgan City lolͶעals Customers,

Morgan City lolͶעals has implemented the following equipment policy during the 2019 Hurricane Season. Our first responsibility is the safety of our employees and their families and we apologize for any inconvenience this policy may cause. The customer will be responsible for the security of the equipment during the storm, should the equipment not be returned within the Morgan City lolͶעals Hurricane Preparedness Plan time frame. The customer will be responsible for any damages and losses to the equipment due to the passage of a tropical storm / hurricane.

When a tropical storm / hurricane forms in or enters the Gulf of Mexico, Morgan City lolͶעals Hurricane Preparedness Plan will go into effect.

Alert Status ONE – a named storm forming or entering the Gulf of Mexico will trigger initial Morgan City lolͶעals hurricane preparedness operations. Suspension of “First Refusals” on all equipment will be in effect. Any equipment that is available, if requested, will be put on rent at this time. No rentals will be bound without providing MCR with a PO or AFE number and contact persons responsible for delivery of rented equipment stored at our facilities. Morgan City lolͶעals will assist all of our customers in expediting the return of our rental equipment utilizing Morgan City lolͶעals’ trucks or assist in contracting third party transportation to our Morgan City, Golden Meadow, or Broussard, LA facilities if the customer chooses to do so.

Alert Status TWO – a Tropical Storm Watch (sustained winds from 39 to 73 mph are possible within 36 hours) is issued by the National Hurricane Center for an area containing any of our facilities located in Morgan City, Golden Meadow or Broussard, LA. Morgan City lolͶעals personnel will begin to secure facilities. Morgan City lolͶעals will continue to assist customers with equipment rental return and continue to accept equipment at our facilities.

Alert Status THREE – a Hurricane Watch (sustained winds of 73 mph or greater are possible within 36 hours) is issued by the National Hurricane Center for an area containing any of our facilities located in Morgan City, Golden Meadow or Broussard, LA. Morgan City lolͶעals will cease to retrieve or receive equipment from the docks or customers and the rigging division will no longer be able to receive or ship orders. Morgan City lolͶעals personnel will begin evacuations. Additionally, any equipment not returned to Morgan City lolͶעals’ facilities prior to setting Alert Status THREE will be considered on rent and the customer will be responsible to ensure the safekeeping of the equipment.

Post Hurricane – Morgan City lolͶעals will conduct an initial damage assessment at all facilities to ensure the facilities can safely resume operations. Any equipment not returned to Morgan City lolͶעals prior to the passage of a tropical storm or hurricane that has been lost or damaged, the customer will be responsible to report the loss or damage of the equipment to Morgan City lolͶעals at the conclusion of the customer’s damage assessment. Any equipment available immediately after the passage of the storm will be for rent only. First refusals on equipment will not be honored until all storm assessments are finalized. Thank you for your understanding and for your business relationship with Morgan City lolͶעals. Should you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best Regards,

Brad Guidry

VP/ GM South Louisiana Division

Bishop Lifting Has Completed the Acquisition of Woods Logging and Industrial Supply

Houston, TX – February 1, 2019 -- Bishop Lifting Products completed the acquisition of Woods Logging and Industrial Supply based out of Longview, Washington.   Since 1978, Woods Logging has specialized in servicing the logging, marine and construction industries with spooling services, rigging products, wire rope and hydraulic solutions.

“Today’s announcement is continued support of our company-wide goal of geographic and end market diversification,” said Harold King, President of Bishop Lifting.  He continued, “Woods Logging has a long history of professional sales and service within the area, making them a great addition to our team.”

Mick White, President of Woods Logging, states, “We’re excited to join the Bishop Lifting and SBP Holdings family of companies and its large national footprint of companies focused on rigging, rubber and fluid power products.”

This growth will allow Bishop Lifting to continue to expand its national footprint to the Pacific Northwest. From on-site inspections to rigging services and wire rope delivery to marine terminals, Woods Logging provides high performance wire rope for cranes, as well as, wire rope and chain slings for the Logging, Maritime and Construction industries.

Bishop Lifting Products, along with Singer Equities and Dakota Fluid Power, are wholly owned subsidiaries of SBP Holdings, headquartered in Houston, TX and through its 86 locations provides industrial rubber, wire rope, rigging, fluid power products and services to a broad range of industrial markets throughout North America. More information can be obtained at , , , and

July Newsletter: Commitment to Quality

morgan city rentals logoMorgan City lolͶעals has become a leader in offshore rental equipment due to our commitment to quality assurance and safety.
Our team is dedicated to ensuring our quality policy has been implemented with all rental equipment.  Topics for this month’s newsletter are:
  • Commitment to Quality
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • and employee spotlight!

from Morgan City lolͶעals.

 

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May 2018 Newsletter

hurricane-prep-logoAre you ready for Hurricane Season 2018?  for current Hurricane preparation tips and Morgan City lolͶעals’ policy on our rental fleet during hurricanes.  Also included in this month’s newsletter are great action photos of a diesel jet pump on location offshore for a marine vessel salvage job in the Gulf of Mexico.

 

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2018 Hurricane Policy

hurricane-prep-logoTo: Morgan City lolͶעals Customers 2018

2018 Hurricane Policy & Preparedness Plan

 

Dear Loyal Morgan City lolͶעals Customers,

Morgan City lolͶעals has implemented the following equipment policy during the 2018 Hurricane Season. Our first responsibility is the safety of our employees and their families and we apologize for any inconvenience this policy may cause. The customer will be responsible for the security of the equipment during the storm, should the equipment not be returned within the Morgan City lolͶעals Hurricane Preparedness Plan time frame. The customer will be responsible for any damages and losses to the equipment due to the passage of a tropical storm / hurricane.

When a tropical storm / hurricane forms in or enters the Gulf of Mexico, Morgan City lolͶעals Hurricane Preparedness Plan will go into effect.

Alert Status ONE – a named storm forming or entering the Gulf of Mexico will trigger initial Morgan City lolͶעals hurricane preparedness operations. Suspension of “First Refusals” on all equipment will be in effect. Any equipment that is available, if requested, will be put on rent at this time. No rentals will be bound without providing MCR with a PO or AFE number and contact persons responsible for delivery of rented equipment stored at our facilities. Morgan City lolͶעals will assist all of our customers in expediting the return of our rental equipment utilizing Morgan City lolͶעals’ trucks or assist in contracting third party transportation to our Morgan City, Golden Meadow, or Broussard, LA facilities if the customer chooses to do so.

Alert Status TWO – a Tropical Storm Watch (sustained winds from 39 to 73 mph are possible within 36 hours) is issued by the National Hurricane Center for an area containing any of our facilities located in Morgan City, Golden Meadow or Broussard, LA. Morgan City lolͶעals personnel will begin to secure facilities. Morgan City lolͶעals will continue to assist customers with equipment rental return and continue to accept equipment at our facilities.

Alert Status THREE – a Hurricane Watch (sustained winds of 73 mph or greater are possible within 36 hours) is issued by the National Hurricane Center for an area containing any of our facilities located in Morgan City, Golden Meadow or Broussard, LA. Morgan City lolͶעals will cease to retrieve or receive equipment from the docks or customers and the rigging division will no longer be able to receive or ship orders. Morgan City lolͶעals personnel will begin evacuations. Additionally, any equipment not returned to Morgan City lolͶעals’ facilities prior to setting Alert Status THREE will be considered on rent and the customer will be responsible to ensure the safekeeping of the equipment.

Post Hurricane – Morgan City lolͶעals will conduct an initial damage assessment at all facilities to ensure the facilities can safely resume operations. Any equipment not returned to Morgan City lolͶעals prior to the passage of a tropical storm or hurricane that has been lost or damaged, the customer will be responsible to report the loss or damage of the equipment to Morgan City lolͶעals at the conclusion of the customer’s damage assessment. Any equipment available immediately after the passage of the storm will be for rent only. First refusals on equipment will not be honored until all storm assessments are finalized. Thank you for your understanding and for your business relationship with Morgan City lolͶעals. Should you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best Regards,

Brad Guidry

VP/ GM South Louisiana Division

April 2018 Newsletter

Did you miss the April 2018 newsletter from Morgan City lolͶעals? 

Topics included:

  • Cable Spooling Machines
  • Action Photos and Load Out of a Ship Channel Diving Project
  • Employee Spotlight

 

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