The Ted Berry Company, acquired by Vortex Companies in February 2019, has officially changed its name to Vortex Services as part of Vortex’s long-term branding and consolidation strategy.
“Ted Berry’s name and reputation have always been second to none, which makes it harder to make a name change like this,” said Mike Vellano, CEO of the Vortex Companies. “However, as we’ve integrated our business operating systems and blended our cultures over the last 12 months, we believe the transition is complete and the time is right.”
This change will take effect immediately. Customers will begin seeing the Vortex Services logo appear on everything from building signs and billing statements to company vehicles and equipment on the job site.
“Our name may have changed however our commitment and dedication to satisfying our customers’ needs will always be the same,” said Matt Timberlake, vice president of corporate development at Vortex Companies. “For us to continue to succeed, we all have to be unified and understand that we are a much stronger company by working together and winning together,” he added.
In addition to the Livermore, Maine location, Vortex Services has offices and full-time crews located throughout the U.S. This includes Putnam, Connecticut; Greenville, South Carolina; Atlanta; Tampa, Florida, Houston; Denver and Seattle. Its core services include camera inspection and testing, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, pipe bursting, large diameter geopolymer pipe relining, manhole rehabilitation and trenchless point repair.
SOURCE – Vortex Companies