DataCan buys Lee’s Specialties

The business formerly known as Lee Specialties has been purchased by DataCan Services Corp.

The business formerly known as Lee Specialties has been purchased by DataCan Services Corp.

Red Deer-based DataCan, which specializes in oilfield instrumentation, announced on Friday that it has acquired Quinn’s Energy Services’ electronics division.

Lee Specialties’ name was changed to Quinn’s Energy Services in July. It continued to manufacture Lee Specialties Products, including PCE equipment, grease injectors, wireline skids, trucks and rod pump components.

DataCan’s purchase includes the company’s production logging, acquisition systems and software product line.

Quinn’s Energy Services will continue to design and manufacture Lee Specialties wireline equipment, including pressure control equipment, wireline skids and trucks, depth tension devices and associated equipment.

A release issued by DataCan said Lee Specialties’ electronics team will join DataCan.

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