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IFS Mission, Vision, Core Values & Goals

IFS mission, vision, and core values

IFS was founded in 1979.  After almost 40 years of business activity, IFS is preparing for new growth, a fresh look at where we’ve been, and examine where we’re headed.

IFS’s Management recently met to discuss our growth plans and refine IFS’s Mission Statement, Vision, Core Values & Goals.

IFS Mission Statement

The IFS Mission Statement defines the “What” of our business. Our mission is what we do. It’s a picture of our company in the present moment.

IFS Mission

Our Mission is to provide value to clients and supply chain partners through design, manufacturing, and service of equipment & process solutions while maintaining a commitment to excellence and the best interest of our employees and shareholders.

At IFS we all work together to develop the relationships necessary to turn our customers into clients. By meeting or exceeding our clients’ expectations, we aim to secure their repeated business, gain a better understanding of their needs and what they value most.

There are many ways to create value, and customer priorities may not always be the same. We have clients that value us meeting a high quality standard while others expect us to have a shorter lead time, meet complex design specifications, offer low prices, or to simply be an “easy company to work with.”

IFS Vision Statement

The IFS vision statement describes our desired position for the future and “Why” we execute the mission every day.

IFS Vision

Our vision is to be recognized by customers and competitors as a World Class Organization, ranked globally among the best.

To be World Class means to be a global leader that other companies and industries look up to. We are not here for the participation trophy, we are here to lead.

IFS Core Values

The IFS core values are the principals and ideals that create the ethical framework of our company’s culture. Our core values are “How” we’ll guide our decisions and develop the winning habits that we need to achieve our goal.

  • Customer Focus
  • Teamwork
  • Passion for excellence
  • Safety Conscious
  • Improvement
  • Communication
  • Professionalism
  • Empowerment
  • Ownership
  • Accountability

IFS Goals and Objectives

If our goal at IFS is to become a World Class Organization through providing value to clients and being committed to excellence, then we need a means to measure our progress.

This is where our company’s objectives come into play:

  • $100MM by 2020
  • 10% EBITDA

In under three years, we aim to realize $100MM in revenue with 10% EBITDA. These objectives will bring life, and a sense of urgency to our goal.

Focused in our mission, guided by our core values and fueled by our goals and objectives, IFS will realize our vision of becoming a World Class Organization, and reach the next milestone in our company’s story.


IFS Welcomes Steven P. Ramsey – Operations Manager

Steve Ramsey Operations ManagerIFS is pleased to announce that Steven P. Ramsey is joining IFS to lead the Operations Team in Tyler, Texas effective immediately. Steven is a skilled Senior Manufacturing Operations Manager with over 25 years of metal manufacturing experience. Steven is a results-oriented individual with strong leadership skills and a proven track record of process improvement. Steven has extensive P&L experience, capital budgeting and departmental budgeting. He is experienced in Lean Manufacturing, has a working knowledge of SYMIX, Citrix and SAP MRP/ERP systems as well as very strong MS Office product experience.

Steven joins IFS from Cameron International (Formerly Letourneau Technologies) in Houston, Texas.  Cameron is a leading provider of flow equipment products, systems and services to worldwide oil, gas and process industries.

Steven and his wife Julie lived in Longview, Texas from November 2010 to December 2012.  Steven worked for Letourneau Technologies in Longview, managing the daily operations of Machine Shop Departments, Heat Treat, Motor Shop, Electronic Assembly, Main Assembly line, & Paint Department.  Letourneau Technologies’ Longview Facility manufactured the world’s largest Front End Loader on rubber tires, as well as various oil & gas components for the offshore products division in Houston.

Letourneau Technologies became a part of Cameron International through a series of business transactions and was consolidated in Houston, Texas, where Steven lived and worked from 2012 to 2017.


IFS Ships Modular Crude Oil Pumping Station

modular crude oil pumping station


modular crude oil pump interior


crude oil pumping system with crane


crude oil pumping container


crude oil pumping skid


IFS recently completed the design, fabrication, wet testing and shipment of a Modular Crude Oil Pumping Station for Mandaree North Dakota.  The Modular Crude Oil Pump Station included:

  • Welded I-Beam structure
  • Insulated/heated building
  • Integral sump
  • (2) 100% Crude Oil Pumps/electric motors
  • Overhead Bridge crane/hoist
  • Suction/discharge piping
  • Isolation/check valves
  • Control valves
  • Instrumentation
  • Electrical switchgear with Variable Frequency Drives

The building was divided into a pump room (Class 1 Group D Division 2 electrical area classification) and a switchgear room (unclassified electrical area classification).

The Station Design basis reflected a 40,000 BPD (1,167 GPM) Oil Flowrate, Maximum Discharge pressure of 450 psig, ANSI 600# Piping Design Rating, and a Design Temperature range of -20F to 100F.

IFS scope included the detailed design of the Modular Crude Oil Pumping Station, including P&IDs, General Arrangement Drawings, Structural steel drawings, major component outline drawings, piping isometric drawings, and all electrical drawings.

The completed Modular Crude Oil Pumping Station was fully run tested at IFS’s Tyler, Texas facility.  The run test included connecting 460 volt/3 phase/60 hertz electrical power to the switchgear room, connecting the inlet/outlet piping headers to on site tankage, and simulating site conditions with a Programmable Logic Controller. Fluid was circulated through the package to match actual conditions.

This Modular Crude Oil Pump Station is the first of (4) similar stations IFS is supplying to this site in North Dakota.

For more information on IFS’s Modular Pump Stations, please contact IFS at Us