Severn makes a strong progress

Valve companies with interests in the oil and gas sector have had a rocky ride since the 2014 oil price crash. But with stability returning and operators feeling cautiously optimistic, Severn Glocon Group is making strong progress.

Over the past four years, many operators sought to boost the efficiency of existing upstream facilities as they scaled back on new projects. Severn’s advanced valve engineering services are a critical enabler in this scenario. Optimising valve population performance and applying intelligence-led solutions to individual problem valves can drive significant improvements in reliability and productivity.

Severn invested heavily in its established plant capabilities from 2009-2014, opening purpose-built facilities in Brighouse, extending its global footprint and building on its world-class engineering team. This enabled the business to respond quickly to the shifting priorities of operators post-2014, maximising opportunities and driving exponential growth.

From 1 September 2018, Severn Ball Valves will begin trading as Severn Glocon Aberdeen, to better reflect the scope and scale of the engineering services it offers across mechanical valves as well as isolation valves.

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