Oklahoma City, OK, July 13, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Wiland Associates, the recognized leader in Incident Management Team and Emergency Operations Center training and development, is merging with Chloeta, a government contracting and all-hazards response firm, this month. Combined, the two operations will be able to diversify new markets and serve a larger client base.
Wiland Associates is an incident management training and consulting firm based in Selah, Washington. Since its foundation in 2002, the firm has earned the reputation as one of the nation’s most experienced providers of incident management team and emergency operation center training and exercise. Chloeta, an Oklahoma-based and Native American owned firm, has a specialization in wildland fire management and has successfully captured contracts with several impressive clients. Since its foundation in 2009, Chloeta has worked with branches of the U.S. military, the first Department of the Interior, the U.S. Forest Service and others.
Mark Masters, Chloeta CEO, and Richard and Kathy Andring, Wiland Associates founders, said they are excited about this new venture and proud to present Wiland Chloeta LLC.
“This merge has the potential for the training company to grow exponentially,” said Masters. “By combining operations, Wiland Chloeta will be able to provide current and future clients with even higher-quality all-hazards response instruction and training.”
According to Richard and Kathy Andring, founders of Wiland Associates, the decision was made with the best interest of the company and existing base in mind.
“Combining operations will give us a nationwide reach since we will have offices in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Selah, Washington,” said Richard.
Wiland Chloeta, which is scheduled to launch this month, will utilize the existing skills of both companies. Richard Andring will be president of Wiland Chloeta and handle business development. The Oklahoma office will manage day-to-day operations including project logistics, accounting, marketing and contract capture.
The training company’s website will be live this week. For more information please visit the webpage at www.wilandchloeta.com.