SAN DIEGO, CA [September 2, 2015] – After hitting the road to attend end-of-summer conferences and tradeshows, RIX Industries’ After Market Service (AMS) attended the Fleet Maintenance & Modernization Symposium (FMMS) 2015 and NDIA 27th Navy Gold Coast Small Business Procurement Event.

FMMS is the premier event for Director of Field Maintenance, Jeff Grimm, to connect with Port Engineers from around the globe on an annual basis. “Field service is critical to keeping the Navy full steam ahead. Our established partnerships strengthen the trust that we at RIX will exceed their expectations each and every time,” said Jeff Grimm.

The recent delivery of RIX’s newly designed liquid oxygen plant aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) was also an item of interest. RIX continues to expand their expertise into new technologies and emerging markets.

Navy Admiral
The Commander of Naval Sea Systems Command and Vice Admiral, William Hilarides stands with RIX Industries representatives.

RIX is proud to support the Navy with innovative compressor technology and field service. “Supporting our global customers on short-notice and at the deck plates is what makes RIX the industry leader in compressor technology.” said Terry Allvord, Director of Business Development at RIX Industries.

A trusted supplier specializing in custom high pressure oil-free compressors, as well as on-site oxygen and nitrogen generation systems, RIX Industries has nearly 140 years of compressor expertise that has earned the Company the reputation as a leader in naval systems design and maritime science. RIX’s global role in strategic deterrence, homeland defense, and economic security has increased capability and reliability through applied innovation and engineering triumphs that significantly reduce total ownership costs. The Company’s stewardship of “green” technology ensures that military, government, industrial, and commercial customers step forward on environmental responsibilities.