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    Stewart & Stevenson is hiring, welder, assembler, admin. assitants, engineering field service, and more.

    Stewart & Stevenson, a privately held company based in Houston, Texas, designs, manufactures and provides specialized equipment and aftermarket parts and service for the oil and gas and other industries. The company manufactures oilfield equipment that includes truck, trailer, and skid mounted fracturing blenders and pumpers and units for chemical additive, cementing, coiled tubing, nitrogen pumping, controls and power generation equipment; land-based drilling, workover and well servicing rigs; and Rail King railcar movers. Stewart & Stevenson is a distributor of diesel and natural gas engines, transmissions and materials handling equipment. Stewart & Stevenson partners with original equipment manufacturers such as; MTU, Detroit Diesel, Electro-Motive Diesel, Deutz, Allison Transmission and Hyster. They also provide aftermarket parts and service and offer rental equipment to a broad range of customers. Headquartered in Houston, Texas since 1902, Stewart & Stevenson provides equipment and service to the global market from a network of sales and service centers in domestic and international locations.

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