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Hello I just wanted to say hi. I use to work for National Supply in Odessa,Texas back in 1975-1982 I use to work in the shipping and receiving department. Actually I set the department up,because they didn't have one,also helped run the quality control Dept. Lewis O'Sheild was over the plant. Don Biggers was before him. That was the best job I had ever had. I live in Bastrop, Texas now. I am 63 and if you have an opportunity text me. In the Quality control Dept. I use to help get the spare parts done at the machine shops, pull prints,order prints in Torrance Calif. In shipping I filled out purchase orders, bills of lading, ship parts. If you want I could help your company sell parts right here at my home. We did very well selling spare parts for the company. Anytime a rig needed s part made we had it done. We had most of the drawork books. And in my office I took care close to a 1000 prints or more. I help set this Dept up,and was told it was one of the best run division in the company. That was when we didn't have computers. Been out of the oil business since 1982, when the boom come tumbling down. Got laid off. I don't know if Bruce Christopher is still around, but he was my boss in Odessa. Well anyway I saw the drawork online and it brought back old memories. My email is If you might be interested.
IF NOV NEED TO LAYOFF espacially
The management of NOV Wellbore Technologies in Russia and CIS, the reason they build real mafia, they kept only the personnel who kiss their ass, included HR,
Clay William please watch and clean this area if you really you care about NOV reputation in this countries. if you like I can confirm you what they doing.
Amazing!!!! NOV should start layoff from the management with high position,,, and not from sales engineer who did good revenue $$$$$ and good promotion for the company with small salary?
NOV management enjoy their life, with big bonus and high salary included international packages??
Pay that man his money
You can keep several hundreds of employees and not have to lay off by reducing his and all the corporate attorneys' salaries.