Industrial Thermal Services is recognized by Keep Orange County Beautiful

Published 2:13 pm Saturday, September 22, 2018

To The Leader

Keep Orange County Beautiful (KOCB,) presented the 3rd Quarter Beautification Award to Ryan Aras, President of Industrial Thermal Services (ITS) at their headquarters location on Highway 87 in Orange. ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Members of his staff, together with board members of KOCB attended the presentation.

Mr. Aras said he decided to landscape their main office to, “Stand out from the crowd and demonstrate our commitment to quality. The quality of our work, and attention to detail, both inside and outside of our offices is just an extension of the work ethic that Industrial Thermal Services provides to all of our customers. We have a great team here at ITS.”

Industrial Thermal Services is a leader in heat-treatment service, and one of the most in-demand thermal services companies in Southeast Texas and Louisiana. From plant turnarounds, refinery expansions, and preventive maintenance, they promise quality, service, and customer satisfaction every day, on every job. Their skilled technicians not only bring the right tools for the job, but they also diagnose and assess what’s happening on the job in order to provide the best most cost-effective service possible.

Industrial Thermal Services, L.L.C. is based in Orange TX, has offices in Louisiana and Arkansas, and can be reached at 1-855-ITS-PWHT or their website at for an estimate, project, or onsite support.

KOCB is managed by its Board of Directors. KOCB, a non-profit, does not have members in the traditional sense of the word. Instead “membership” is considered to be the Board of Directors and any official members of committees and sub-committees. KOCB is always seeking volunteers for their Second Saturday “Talking Trash” projects with Orange Mayor, Larry Spears, and with promoting recycling and beautification in Orange County. KOCB is affiliated with Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep American Beautiful. KOCB has been active in Orange County since 1997.