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September 22, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
The president of a Ventura firm that uses fiber optics to inspect damaged oil and gas wells will visit Ahmadi, Kuwait, in October to discuss a deal for the company, Westech Inc., to use its sensors and miniature cameras to help rebuild the Middle Eastern nation's oil industry. Westech President Philip K. Schultz said the contract, if received, would be the biggest in his company's 15-year history.
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January 11, 1996 | KAY HWANGBO
The Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce will honor noteworthy companies and install new board members at a dinner-dance Jan. 26. The Sherman Oaks Galleria and Westec Security Inc. will be award recipients at the chamber's 48th annual dinner dance, to be held at the Sportsmen's Lodge.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 1996 | KAY HWANGBO
The Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce will honor noteworthy companies and install new board members at a dinner-dance Jan. 26. The Sherman Oaks Galleria and Westec Security Inc. will be award recipients at the chamber's 48th annual dinner dance, to be held at the Sportsmen's Lodge.
BUSINESS
September 22, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
The president of a Ventura firm that uses fiber optics to inspect damaged oil and gas wells will visit Ahmadi, Kuwait, in October to discuss a deal for the company, Westech Inc., to use its sensors and miniature cameras to help rebuild the Middle Eastern nation's oil industry. Westech President Philip K. Schultz said the contract, if received, would be the biggest in his company's 15-year history.
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March 28, 1995 | Jack Searles
Westech Geophysical Inc., a Ventura-based oil-field services firm, has changed its name and announced plans to move its manufacturing unit from Escondido to Ventura. The company has changed its name to DHV International Inc. The initials stand for down-hole video, a fiber-optic inspection service that the company provides to oil and gas producers worldwide. DHV expects to relocate its manufacturing plant to Ventura County in May, according to Philip K. Schultz, president and chief executive.
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