Victory Energy celebrates its 20th anniversary on April 21st. The company manufactures a wide range of boiler, burner and heat recovery products that are operating throughout the world in a variety of industrial and institutional applications.
“The company was started back in 1999 with a vision of becoming a fully integrated manufacturer of industrial boiler and heat recovery products. We entered a mature industry with an overriding goal of delivering against a concept to completion promise to our customers. The response from the market over the past two decades has been unbelievable,” stated John Viskup, President and CEO.
Victory Energy manufactures at two locations in Oklahoma, headquarters operations in Collinsville, and in Cushing. Each operation is a state-of-the-art facility that features the latest technological advances in manufacturing with lean principles applied across every aspect of all processes.
The product offering has expanded tremendously since the inception of the company with the launch of the VISION burner line, GENESIS High Temperature Hot Water (HTHW) generators, the strategic entry into becoming a full-line firetube product manufacturer and the deeper penetration into the GT-HRSG segment. The boiler rental fleet continues to grow as does the field services side of the business.
A 75,000 square foot expansion at the Collinsville operation was completed in 2016 along with an innovative new Steam Test Facility that offers customers the opportunity to have their boilers fully tested under full operating conditions prior to shipment.
“Every new product entry and manufacturing capacity increase has been in response to what the market is asking Victory Energy to do. As companies downsize their boiler room operations and more boiler professionals retire, they’re requiring us to do more for them. We’re positioning everything we’re doing to meet these far-reaching customer requirements – from concept to completion. It’s what has been the impetus for the tremendous growth of the company over the past two decades,” added Viskup.