GREENVILLE, S.C., (April 21, 2017) – Woody Hydrick, managing principal of Global Location Strategies, one of the country’s foremost site selection and economic development consulting firms, will be a panelist at the Northeast U.S. Petrochemical Construction Conference held June 19-20 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Hydrick and his fellow panelists will discuss site selection considerations for petrochemical production investments and downstream products in the Appalachian Basin – home to the Marcellus Shale, a “super giant” natural gas resource.
Hydrick is an expert in capital-intensive, heavy industrial production sites and facilities. He has sited large scale industrial projects all over the world, representing billions of dollars in capital investments and thousands of jobs. Other vertical industries in which he specializes include pharmaceuticals, automotive, steel and consumer products. He is a member of the prestigious Site Selectors Guild and is frequently invited to speak at professional forums across North America and Europe.
For information about the conference, visit www.petchem-update.com/northeast.
About Global Location Strategies
Begun in the 1970’s as a service offering by Daniel International Construction Company, which later became Fluor Corporation, Global Location Strategies (GLS) is one of the world’s most experienced and reputable site selection firms specializing in capital intensive facilities. GLS has assisted thousands of clients in over 70 countries predominantly within the food and beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, warehouse and distribution, automotive, advanced manufacturing, chemical/petrochemicals, paper, and metals/polymers/composites industries. The company provides a full suite of site selection services, including location benchmarking, site selection, incentive negotiation, technical site due diligence, and alignment and training. Economic development services include industrial site audits, site competitiveness studies, strategic site identification and industrial asset optimization. For more information, visit www.GlobalLocationStrategies.com.
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