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Sly Announces Additional Representation in Dallas/Ft. Worth Area

Sly Inc. has announced the expansion of local sales representation in the state of Texas.

Solids Processing Equipment & Conveying Systems Inc. (SPECS) with offices in Houston and the San Antonio area, who has represented Sly in the state of Texas for more than 25 years, has announced the opening of a third sales office in Lake Worth, TX, north of Fort Worth. Greg Martin will operate this new office. Martin has previous work experience as a regional sales manager for WAM Inc.’s line of bulk handling equipment including screw conveyors, bucket elevators, bin dischargers, and other WAM materials handling items. Martin also has 15 years of experience working for Thomas Conveyor.

“We are pleased to welcome Greg to SPECS,” said Tim Hays, owner of SPECS. “Greg will provide a needed presence in north Texas.”

Sly manufactures a full line of industrial fabric filter dust collectors and baghouses, cartridge collectors, wet scrubbers for particulate collection, retractable dustless bulk loading spouts, and aftermarket parts for its own and competitors’ dust collectors. Sly has been a privately owned company since 1874 and manufactures equipment in its own facility located in Mathiston, MS. Sly specializes in customized applications solutions employing a variety of technologies to meet any user’s specific requirements. All products are engineered and fabricated to order. 

For more information, visit www.slyinc.com.

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