Thompson Industrial Services Announces New Location in Macon

Staff Report From Middle Georgia CEO

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Thompson Industrial Services, a leading industrial cleaning services provider, announces the opening of a new office in Macon, Georgia. Opening on January 2, 2019, the Macon office will be Thompson's 21st service location providing a vast range of industrial cleaning and specialty services to major industrial plants and mills, including pulp and paper, power, steel, chemical, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and more. The full-service location at 4308 Interstate Drive, Macon, GA 31210, is strategically positioned in central Georgia to serve Macon, Savannah, and the surrounding areas with the safety and efficiency that customers have come to expect from Thompson.

"Our localized presence in Macon will give TIS an increased ability to safely support our customers, day or night." Said Mr. Josh Chambers, CEO of Thompson Industrial Services, "We look forward to being an employer of choice in Macon and offering further contributions to the Georgia economy."

Thompson Industrial Services prides itself on providing the safest, highest-quality industrial cleaning, hydro-cutting, and vacuum-excavation services with integrity. This location will improve the safety and productivity of outage and on-site daily work in hydroblasting, chemical cleaning, high volume hydroblasting, industrial vacuuming, and other specialty services for Georgia plants, mills, and other facilities. The central Georgia region is seeing a growing demand for automation during outages and industrial cleaning projects. Thompson is already providing 100% automation to customers in Savannah, and this new location is ideally positioned to better assist facilities to improve their safety and productivity.

In addition to serving major industries, Thompson can provide safe dry ice blasting to clean all types of sensitive machinery in facilities throughout the state, and their readily available hydro- and pneumatic-excavation equipment will be an asset to local municipalities and construction projects.

The Macon office will be led by Dewey Seymour, Director of Georgia Operations, who brings 43 years of industrial cleaning leadership to the area. Like all of Thompson's locations, this office will serve the area 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.