Allvalves - Continued Growth for a 6th Consecutive Year
The company will be joined by AV Actuators to jointly present the range of smart compact actuators that Allvalves have been selling since 2016 and have allowed Allvalves to open new markets and customer applications through the products’ capabilities. New products will be launched at the show. Allvalves won’t be joined this year by its primary partner for electric actuators, Sun Yeh, as it has been for the last two shows, as Sun Yeh will exhibit on its own booth, but Allvalves will continue to showcase Sun Yeh actuators. This will include the new range of OM Series of quarter turn actuators with ATEX approval, in addition to the SE ATEX mechanical spring return series. Allvalves will also showcase other key brands that they work with including the full range of Cepex Extreme plastic ball, butterfly and diaphragm valves, EBRO butterfly valves and Genebre industrial valves. These are the key brands that Allvalves work with and have had great success with.
Allvalves growth will see the company move to the next phase of its development which is to grow the team with new staff joining the company and new markets to be served as new partnerships are formed.
Allvalves will be adding new brands to its website, which is used by its customers from all over the world, with sales to all continents and over 75 countries supplied since 2012. As an ISO 9001-2015 certified company, Allvalves has more and more interest from around the world and it is likely that this will see other Allvalves divisions materialise over the coming years as part of the continued growth plan in place. Allvalves currently has an offer to take the company to the USA and establish a sales and distribution centre plans for this continue as well as plans for a mainland Europe location.
With millions of pounds sold, Allvalves now looks to move from small to medium size business with this year looking to be the best year yet.
Some of the orders this year that Allvalves have supplied include a large £200,000 + order for a global customer in Asia for high performance ball valves, titanium ball valves for the leading fuel company in the world and various OEM based projects that have again seen thousands of actuators, valves and actuated valves sold around the globe.
The growth and success has not come without its challenges, as explained by Managing Director, Adam Chapman, “This has been our best and yet probably most challenging year yet. The markets we work in have been affected by what is happening around the globe. From USA presidents to Brexit, exchange rates and countries we supply having their own problems, it has been a tough year. This makes it even more impressive what we have achieved. We plan on using Valve World to give us a strong finish to the year and we will build on the year to develop and grow again. We have some exciting new ranges to add to our offering and look forward to launching these next year.”
Visit Allvalves Online at the BVAA stand this year in Dusseldorf to see for yourself, why so many contractors, OEMs and End Users choose Allvalves Online Ltd.
Tel: 01386 552 369
Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 47
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