Laron will be there when you need us
Salt Lake City, Utah – March 18, 2020
Laron Completes Emergency Power Plant Steam Line Repairs After 5.7 Earthquake Hits Utah
Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21): Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience advances a national policy to strengthen and maintain secure, functioning, and resilient critical infrastructure. Laron currently services 11 out of those 16 sectors including: Chemical Sector, Commercial Facilities Sector, Critical Manufacturing Sector, Dams Sector, Defense Industrial Base Sector, Energy Sector, Food and Agriculture Sector, Government Facilities Sector, Nuclear Reactors, Material and Waste Sector, Transportation Sector and Water and Wastewater Sector. Therefore, Laron plans to continue to operate all our services to customers to fulfill this obligation. Laron is the company with a reputation for getting things done when no one else is able or willing. Even now, during these unprecedented and troubling times, we are able and eager to serve our customers and their industries. We understand the essential nature of our nation’s infrastructure and manufacturing capabilities and we are still ever-ready to serve the needs of our customers. To that end, we are the lead industrial solution provider in the Power Generation, Mining and Manufacturing industries. As one of the largest machining, fabrication and repair operations west of the Mississippi we don’t back down from the big and ugly situations.
As a demonstration of our readiness; on March 18th there was a 5.7 earthquake in Magna UT that shook the greater Salt Lake area and affected many businesses. In one of the local combined cycle power plants, the quake caused a small steam leak to get immediately worse. Laron was called and “Ran Toward the Problem.” With Laron’s help, the power plant was able to determine the cause of the leak and to effect repairs. The important message was that, like usual, the Laron response was immediate and capable!
Regarding Covid-19 and Safety – In order to conform to the current virus environment, Laron has instructed all employees to inquire before they visit your sites to assure they have your approval to visit in order to provide critical services. All Laron employees will respect and comply with any decisions your company makes regarding your operations before planning a visit to your location.
Our mission at Laron is to keep our Customers up and running and we know your industries can’t just close the doors and work from home. American’s rely heavily on your hard work and production, so when you need help to restore the equipment that keeps your operations and production running, we want you to know that Laron is there for you.
Don’t hesitate to call us for any repairs or supplementary labor during these challenging times.
Laron, the First Responder, with a mission to keep our nation’s industry in motion.