ESI Alaska Is Leading Arctic Manufacturing Innovation From Fairbanks

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska - eTradeWire -- ESI Alaska is on the leading edge of Arctic manufacturing innovation, designing and building custom equipment for its industrial customers in Arctic and near-Arctic locations for the express purpose of overcoming cold weather challenges. The equipment is manufactured to reliably perform under extreme sub-zero temperature conditions and tested at the manufacturer's flagship location in Fairbanks, Alaska, which regularly experiences temperatures as low as -40°F. For over 20 years, ESI Alaska has been serving the oil and mining industries in North Slope, Alaska, the location of Prudhoe Bay Oil Field, North America's largest oil field and part of the Arctic Circle. The manufacturer has since expanded to serve additional locations and industries in the Arctic Circle, including Canada and Russia.

ESI Alaska has a legacy of serving Arctic communities, starting as a heater reconditioning company for North Slope, Alaska in 2000 and growing into an industrial equipment manufacturer and dealer, offering a wide range of heaters, generators, pumps, earth moving equipment, and parts for rent or sale in Alaska and around the world. ESI Alaska is the only Kubota dealer in Alaska. What sets the manufacturer apart, however, is the Arctic innovation that has resulted from its commitment to being there for its customers, no matter what they need.

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ESI Alaska's customers play an active role in helping the manufacturer design new equipment that overcomes Arctic challenges by requesting equipment for special applications. The manufacturer staffs an elite team of engineers, electricians, fabricators, and technicians who respond to custom equipment requests with intelligent innovation and quick turnaround times. ESI Alaska's innovations are primarily new combinations of current technology that meet its customer's needs in the smartest way possible.

ESI Alaska uses lightweight materials that can disassemble and transport to remote locations via ice road, barge, bush plane, or helicopter out of necessity. The manufacturer regularly designs and builds equipment that serves multiple purposes, such as heating workers' coffee while running a drill rig. The goal is to maximize the functions of a piece of equipment to minimize remote transport. The manufacturer also strives to make its equipment as efficient as possible so that once the equipment reaches the desired location, it requires minimal refueling and maintenance. This minimizes labor hours and conserves fossil fuels. ESI Alaska seeks to manufacture environmentally-friendly equipment, prioritizing minimal impact on the environment to keep the Arctic beautiful.

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The trademark of ESI Alaska equipment is its reliability in sub-zero climates. "We design and build equipment for the Arctic in Alaska, keeping innovation at the forefront and testing that equipment for reliable cold-weather operations," says Vice President of ESI Alaska Nick Ferree, "That's all there is to it. Our equipment is Built Arctic Tough."

About ESI Alaska

ESI Alaska is an industrial equipment manufacturer and dealer with locations in Fairbanks, Alaska, Anchorage, Seattle, and Williston, North Dakota. They offer a wide range of heaters, generators, pumps, earth moving equipment, and parts for rent or sale in Alaska and around the world. They also manufacture custom equipment. ESI Alaska is the only Kubota dealer in Alaska. Their equipment is Built Arctic Tough for extreme cold-weather operations.

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Karen Wilken
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Fountainhead Development, Inc.
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