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    Current News and Events from Bishop Lifting Products

    Bishop Lifting Has Completed the Acquisition of Woods Logging and Industrial Supply

    Houston, TX – February 1, 2019 -- Bishop Lifting Products completed the acquisition of Woods Logging and Industrial Supply based out of Longview, Washington.   Since 1978, Woods Logging has specialized in servicing the logging, marine, and construction industries with spooling services, rigging products, wire rope, and hydraulic solutions.

    “Today’s announcement is the continued support of our company-wide goal of geographic and end market diversification,” said Harold King, President of Bishop Lifting.  He continued, “Woods Logging has a long history of professional sales and service within the area, making them a great addition to our team.”

    Mick White, President of Woods Logging, states, “We’re excited to join the Bishop Lifting and SBP Holdings family of companies and its large national footprint of companies focused on rigging, rubber, and fluid power products.”

    This growth will allow Bishop Lifting to continue to expand its national footprint to the Pacific Northwest. From on-site inspections to rigging services and wire rope delivery to marine terminals, Woods Logging provides high-performance wire rope for cranes, as well as, wire rope and chain slings for the Logging, Maritime, and Construction industries.

    Bishop Lifting Products, along with Singer Equities and Dakota Fluid Power, are wholly owned subsidiaries of SBP Holdings, headquartered in Houston, TX, and through its 86 locations provide industrial rubber, wire rope, rigging, fluid power products, and services to a broad range of industrial markets throughout North America. More information can be obtained at www.sbpholdings.com, www.lifting.com, www.singerequities.com, and www.dakotafluidpower.com.

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