Tillery & Parks was started in 1946, in Odessa by Mr. Tillery & Mr. Parks. It was purchased by the current management staff in 1992. It has been in continuous existence for almost 70 years, and its business has grown steadily with the oil and gas industry. Today, Tillery & Parks sells its products throughout the U.S. as well as a significant percentage internationally.
Tillery & Parks manufactures the highest quality tongs, cat heads and Kelly Spinners in the business. It manufactures copies of several Foster products, as well as the BJ sucker rod tong and 500c Hillman Kelly Tubing & rod tong. It also rebuilds and repairs all of this equipment.
Tillery & Parks maintains an extensive inventory of new parts and equipment. As a result of its extensive inventory and in addition to its retail sales and service, Tillery & Parks serves as a wholesaler of parts to many other companies in the oil and gas industry.
Tillery & Parks sincerely appreciates the business of its many long-time customers, many of whom have been with us for decades. If your company has never done business with us, we would appreciate the opportunity to earn your business – please call us at (432) 366-2700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tillery & Parks desires to provide its customers with the best products and service in the business. We simply aspire to do the right thing with every customer, in every transaction. No need to take our word for it – simply ask one of our many customers. Please contact us with your needs.
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