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Metso Signs New Valve Distributor in Denmark

Metso has signed a distributor agreement for its valve solutions with Grønbech & Sønner A/S in Denmark. The company will provide the entire breadth of Metso's valve products and related solutions, as well as support in services, to customers all over Denmark.

Prior to the agreement with Metso, Grønbech & Sønner A/S acquired the Danish company Necon A/S. Necon A/S has been a Metso distributor for almost 20 years. 

Hunt Valve Wins Contract from Defense Logistics Agency

Hunt Valve has won a $71,900 federal contract from Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for manufacturing safety relief valves. This type of customer works with special materials for seawater environments and requires specialty high-pressure hydraulic valves and components for surface ship and submarine applications.

The DLA is a combat support agency in the U.S. Department of Defense, with more than 26,000 civilian and military personnel throughout the world. 

Setpoint I.S. Expands Agreement with Clark-Reliance

Setpoint Integrated Solutions (Setpoint I.S.) will expand its exclusive Representative contract into Texas. Setpoint I.S. and the Clark-Reliance Corporation’s partnership dates back to 2000, and Setpoint I.S. continues to be the legacy representative in North TX, Louisiana, Arkansas and Southwest Mississippi Territories. The expanded territory will capitalize on the successful track record of serving end user needs within the refining, petrochemical and power industries. 

Weir Secures New Contract in Iraq

Weir Oil & Gas has signed a multi-year contract in Iraq totaling more than $4 million with a major international oil company. The contract secures the provision of Weir Oil & Gas workshop services, machine shop services, emergency manufacturing and engineering support to support the organization’s Well Operations. This contractual agreement further consolidates Weir’s Rig-to-Grid capabilities in the Middle East. 

DFT Valves Installs Solar Panels at Facility

DFT Valves solar panelsDFT Valves has completed the installation of roof panels on its facility that generate approximately 63% of their annual electricity requirements, or 304 kilowatts per minute while the sun is shining.

DFT argues that solar makes more financial sense for industrial applications, as most factories, warehouses and other facilities have large, flat roofs that are ideal for these panels. 

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