Home / Top Stories / Williston ND to get Grainger Branch to support Bakken Oil Fields

Williston ND to get Grainger Branch to support Bakken Oil Fields

Williston, ND – Grainger announced the opening of its new branch in Williston, N.D. to support customers in the Bakken oil fields.

“Grainger offers world-class solutions that are part of a multi-channel approach, which includes our sales team, eCommerce, programs to manage customer inventory more effectively, and a strong network of branches and contact centers,” said Doe Kittay, Vice President of Customer Service, Grainger. “Through this model, Grainger helps customers drive significant costs out of their business, enabling them to find time and money to re-invest in their core business strategies and initiatives.”

Grainger’s contact centers provide customers with 24/7 telephone support, technical product support, and online support through the company’s Click to Call/Chat capabilities on Grainger.com. In addition, Grainger will open branches during off-hours by customer request to support urgent, unplanned product needs (a $50 fee may apply).

Serving Businesses in Williston

The 12,000 square-foot Williston branch will stock thousands of products, with inventory specifically tailored to businesses operating in the Bakken oil fields. Safety is a key focus at Grainger and for Bakken-area businesses. Grainger brings a comprehensive safety offering to the Bakken and Three Forks region, and an industry leading reputation for offering superior safety supplies, services, resources and experienced technical support. The company’s safety specialists are OSHA trained.

“Activity in the Bakken oil fields is growing rapidly, putting a strain on the existing supply chain infrastructure which businesses in the region rely upon to keep their operations running and their people safe,” said Charles Warren, Director of Natural Resources at Grainger. “The Williston branch will allow Grainger to increase our support and service levels to all customers operating in the Bakken so they can focus on getting their job done and doing it safely.”

Grainger has served businesses and institutions in North Dakota since 1978, and is a committed member of the community.

popular posts

One comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *