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CEO - Host Crownsmen Partners

I am the CEO of Crownsmen Partners and Host of The Crownsmen Show & Podcast. We give a in-depth voice to industry and promote the heavy industrial sectors of North America, including mining...

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The oil and gas industry is a mix of large companies who generate more income annually than some countries GDP and small operators that own companies with only a handful of employees. What they hold in common is a need to be as efficient as possible within their budgets. However the approach and needs for a 5,000 employee publicly traded company compared to a 5 person family owned business are distinctly different. In this interview clip from The Crownsmen Podcast our President Don Toews lays out three ways a large oil field operator differs from a small one when purchasing equipment plus one bonus tip that applies to both. 

 

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