Company Improves Emergency Response In Petrochemical Sector

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A New Orleans-based technology company that has developed a device to improve emergency response times in the petrochemical industry has partnered with two of the largest companies in the industry.

         The New Orleans CityBusiness’ Quincy Hodges reports the company inFRONT will use its All Clear Emergency Assembly Solution system to modernize the emergency response process of a multinational oil and gas company and a liquefied natural gas company.

         President and founder of inFRONT Christopher Laibe says his company has developed a way to handle emergency response processes in a much quicker way. He says both companies have chosen them because of the results they've delivered.

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         The newspaper reports the system will be used by emergency response teams to make better decisions that save lives and money by more than 90 percent.



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