History

Logan Industries International, Inc was founded in 2002 by Chris Gridley, naming the company after his son Logan.  We founded the company with a small group of like-minded individuals who envisioned a better company to service the oil field industry. Most of us came from the service side of other heavy machinery companies.  We wanted to manufacture well-made industrial machinery for the offshore oil industry at a fair and competitive price with top knowledgeable service to match. Since the first day we have worked vigorously to fulfill that vision.  Over the years we developed to be a successful manufacturer of high capacity, custom machinery. The milestones below show the success story of Logan Industries.

 

2002
Logan Industries office opened in Northwest Houston.  Primary function was to repair hydraulic cylinders and pumps.

2004
Logan Industries expands capabilities and begins developing HPUs customized to customers needs.

2007
Logan Winch is founded, expanding Logan’s available services to our established customers.

2009
Logan Industries and Logan Winch combine and enter a new 100,000sqft purpose-built facility in Hempstead, TX.

2013
Logan is acquired by Doedijns Group International, with the goal of expanding our ability to provide service to our customers from Europe and Asia.

2014
Logan expands our Hempstead facility, adding an additional 50,000sqft of space, allowing for a partitioned fabrication shop, ventilated paint both, and more manufacturing/assembly space.

2015
Logan opens a new facility in New Iberia, Louisiana.  With quayside access, this new facility serves as a maintenance and mobilization center for our CCTLF units.

2017
Logan acquires Hadco Services in Mobile, Alabama.  This location allowed us to better serve our steel industry customers in the area.

2018
Logan Industries and Verolme Equipment form a new partnership.