the company’s growth. Reyes Repgas had to move to a bigger
facility in 2001. The space includes a 2,500-square-foot of;ce
and a 4,000-square-foot warehouse.
That steady growth also meant diverse job functions in the
;eld and of;ce for Reyes.
“I can say that I have 29 years in the business doing simple
tasks and very complicated ones,” he said.
One of his most dif;cult jobs turned out to be an unbelievable accomplishment.
“I remember that I became the project manager of the
company, and we started to do turnkey jobs,” Reyes said. “We
estimated a quantity of days to have the project done — but
sometimes the weather or the machinery doesn’t help you —
“Today Shell, Texaco and Puma brands are still in the
country, but only 35 percent,” Reyes said. “The rest is inde-
Reyes said his typical day is complicated because no day is
like another one.
“Mostly my time is with the customers,” he said. “I love to
talk with them and develop their need of service or equipment.”
Reyes credits his mentor, his father, with teaching him the