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Admiral Valve Names Tomlin Executive Vice-President

kelly tomlinAdmiral Valve has appointed CFO Kelly Tomlin to the expanded role of executive vice-president, a key member of the CPV leadership team. In Tomlin’s expanded role, her financial expertise and experience as a CPA will be an integral part of CPV’s long-term plans for future growth and sustained industry leadership.

Prior to joining CPV, Tomlin served as an audit and assurance manager at Maillie, Falconiero & Company LLP. 


Steve Pelch to Succeed Purvis as Emerson COO

Emerson COO Ed Purvis is retiring after 34 years with the company. His retirement is effective December 31, 2017. Purvis began his career with Emerson back in 1983 as a product planner with Copeland Corporation.

Steve Pelch, currently executive vice president of organization planning and development, will succeed Purvis as executive vice president and COO of the company, effective January 1, 2018. Pelch holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Missouri and an MBA from the University of South Carolina. 

ITT Reports Strong 2017 Third-Quarter Results

ITT Inc. reported strong 2017 third quarter financial results that reflect the company’s ability to drive operational improvements and leverage the benefits from proactive restructuring while advancing share gains and market growth strategies in key global end markets. On a GAAP basis, the company delivered revenue of $645 million, an 11% increase over the prior year.

In the Industrial Process segment, total revenue increased 1% to $196 million, and organic revenue was flat, reflecting growth in short-cycle pumps and aftermarket service and parts, partially offset by project declines in the midstream oil and gas and mining markets and weaker valves. 

Admiral Valve LLC Names David London President

Admiral Valve, LLC has named David S. London to the position of president, effective immediately. London most recently served as vice president of sales and marketing for CPV. In this new role, he will continue to focus on expanding the company sales force, and building and expanding relationships with current and future customers. London has amassed more than 30 years of experience and leadership within the industrial gas, petrochemical and shipbuilding industries. Prior to joining CPV, London served as director of business development for Cryovation, LLC. 

FloWorks Names Scott Jackson President

FloWorks International LLC has promoted Scott Jackson to president, assuming the responsibilities of CEO Frank Riddick, effective immediately. Riddick will remain a member of the board of directors. Jackson becomes president after serving as president of the Valve and Automation Division.

FloWorks has also added seasoned industry executives Al Bove and Mario Rodriguez to the board of directors. Bove was previously the CEO of AmQuip. Rodriguez is the founder of NTR Partners, an investment partnership focused on the petroleum refining sector. 

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