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Sage Oil Vac Wind, a Texas-based provider of on-site oil change equipment to the wind power industry, has appointed Dallas Dixon to the newly created position of wind sales and marketing manager. In addition, the company says it is expanding its production facilities by 16,000 square feet to better meet the demands of their customers. Upon completion of the expansion, Sage Oil Vac Wind expects to add six to eight additional manufacturing jobs.

Sage Oil Vac Wind says its Gear Oil Exchange System performs gearbox oil changes, as well as gearbox flushes and rinses. According to the company, the announcements come as wind installations continue to rise and people and investors recognize wind as a viable energy option.

“We are committed to growing not only our product and brand, but the wind industry as a whole, both at home and globally,” says Chief Operating Officer Aaron Sage. “Developing a product leader within our company helps achieve those goals, and Dallas Dixon possesses the skills and technical knowledge to understand the market through and through.” 





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