PRCI Announces Marketing Partnership with Technical Toolboxes Limted

Wed, August 08, 2018

Pipeline Research Council International Announces Marketing Partnership with Technical Toolboxes Limited

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 8, 2018


Chantilly, Virginia, – Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI) announced today they have entered into a marketing partnership with Technical Toolboxes Limited (TTL). The newly formed relationship was created to support PRCI’s goal of increasing the knowledge transfer and distribution of software that is a direct result of PRCI research.
 
“Leveraging TTL as a third-party distribution network will increase PRCI’s reach, enabling more of the global pipeline industry to access valuable PRCI software products,” said PRCI President Cliff Johnson. “This partnership is directly in line with PRCI’s strategic plan, which includes an increased focus on knowledge transfer and the application of PRCI research results.”
 
Beginning immediately, PRCI software products such as the On-bottom Stability Simulator, AC Mitigation Toolbox, Hot-Tap Toolbox, and RSTRENG can be purchased through TTL. PRCI members will continue to receive these products without charge as a benefit of their membership.
 
About Pipeline Research Council International
PRCI is a non-profit research organization that is comprised of energy pipeline operating companies located in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia. Augmenting the pipeline membership are associate members drawn from companies in the United States, Canada, Europe, China, Japan, and Australia that serve the industry as pipe and equipment manufacturers, service providers, and vendors. To learn more about PRCI, visit www.prci.org.
 
About Technical Toolboxes
Technical Toolboxes is an industry leader in pipeline software, online resources and technical training for the midstream energy industry. Founded in 1996, we are committed to delivering online tools relevant for the midstream pipeline sector that enable operators to ensure standardized practices as they manage complex projects - both from their office and in the field. Find out more at www.technicaltoolboxes.com.