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Work Opportunity! Logistics Coordinator Needed

Have you always wanted to work in International Logistics, but without the Corporate structure? We are looking for Logistics Coordinator who will work in our shipping department processing the shipping and receipt of goods. This person will be responsible for making sure orders are packaged correctly, documentation is created accurately, ensuring stock and other materials are being moved through the facility efficiently and safely.

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New Intelligent Winch with 2500m Capacity Now Available!

Mount Sopris Instruments is pleased to announce the release of an innovative new 2500-meter (8200-feet) logging winch – the Intelligent Winch Assembly or IWA.  Not only does the IWA increase the range of our best-in-class winches, but it also sets new standards for ease of use, safety, power, compactness, and durability.

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Algiers, Algeria- New Exhibit at CMGA Geophysics 2018

Mount Sopris, ALT, and local representative GeoEXplo will be exhibiting at the CMGA7 in Algiers, Algeria from the 20th through the 22nd of February 2018! As usual, the Colloque Moghrebin de Geophysique Appliquee CMGA7 will constitute a forum of exchange and discussion, gathering researchers, teachers and engineers involved in Applied Geophysics in Algeria.

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Register for Our SAGEEP Short Course in Nashville Now!

Don’t miss seeing Mount Sopris and catching a WellCAD class at the upcoming 31st Annual Symposium on the Application of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (SAGEEP) March 25-29, 2018 in Nashville! We will be in Booth 25 surrounded by many of our friend and colleague geophysical equipment companies. We will be demonstrating  a 2G Optical Televiewer with our world’s-smallest 19mm Nano Gamma ray tool. Please also ask us about our current prototypes and testing plans for the Spectral Induced Polarization and Neutron Generator sondes.

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