Oxford Flow appoints CTO

Oxford Flow, the flow control equipment specialist, is delighted to announce the appointment of Adam Eckersley as Chief Technology Officer, to help drive the company’s ambitions to lead the transition of the valve industry to innovative technology and reduced emissions.

Adam joins Oxford Flow from Severn where he was Director of Engineering. He brings two decades of experience in the oil and gas, power, and process industries, and has significant experience in valve product development.

Tasked with producing a market-leading engineering and innovation programme for Oxford Flow, one of Eckersley’s primary focuses will be zero emission solutions and hydrogen ready products, as the firm continues to lead the way in technology for the energy transition, such as its ES stemless actuated valve, and its IM series regulators.

As CTO, Eckersley’s role will also involve the review and development of the company’s technology strategy, to expand the offering of control valves and regulators amongst other flow control equipment.

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