Flowserve Celebrates Grand Opening of Suzhou, China, Manufacturing Facility.A World Leader in Fluid Motion and Control Products and Services Opens New Pump, Valve and Seal Manufacturing Facility
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FLS Foreign Language School ), a world leader in fluid motion and control products and services, held a grand opening ceremony today at its new pump, valve and seal manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China. The state-of-the-art facility supports the company's existing China operations in Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian and Shenzhen by providing pumps, valves, seals and services to the oil and gas, power, chemical processing and water sectors as well as other industries.
Lewis Kling, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Flowserve along with Suzhou Vice Mayor, Mr. Zhou Weiqiang, dedicated the new facility in a ceremony along with other Chinese officials, Flowserve executives and members of the international business community.
The new facility is located in the Suzhou Industrial Park The China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park (中国——新加坡苏州工业园区, SIP) is an industrial park built in Suzhou, China with significant Singaporean input. , 100 kilometers outside of Shanghai, and is ideally positioned to help Flowserve expand its growing customer base in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as it's other global markets.
This site will provide a platform for continued growth and will support manufacturing of several pump, valve and seal product lines for the domestic and export markets. In addition to manufacturing, the new facility will also provide engineering, assembly and test capabilities.
"Rapid growth is driving profound change in China's oil and gas, energy, chemical and water industries," said Lewis Kling, President and CEO of Flowserve. "In addition, refining refining, any of various processes for separating impurities from crude or semifinished materials. It includes the finer processes of metallurgy, the fractional distillation of petroleum into its commercial products, and the purifying of cane, beet, and maple sugar and processing operations are being transformed around the globe to make more efficient use of natural resources. Our new facility in Suzhou provides local manufacturing, sourcing and services that will help both our global and China customers with their most challenging needs through the use of our industry-leading engineering and manufacturing capabilities," added Kling.
Flowserve's products are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, caustic caustic, any strongly corrosive chemical substance, especially one that attacks organic matter. A caustic alkali is a metal hydroxide, especially that of an alkali metal; caustic soda is sodium hydroxide, and caustic potash is potassium hydroxide. chemicals, intense pressures and other demanding conditions in some of the most remote and developing geographies. These products and services combined with over 200 years of experience enable Flowserve to support critical infrastructure projects that are essential to delivering growth in the region.
"This facility is designed to provide our products and services to help address the region's strong growth plans," said Flowserve China President Colin Chua. "Our company is committed to this market both in business and employee development, and this will be reflected in how we operate the facility, how we partner with the local community and in the solutions we offer to our customers."
"Recently there has been tremendous growth in the oil and gas, power and petrochemical petrochemical, any one of a large group of chemicals derived from a component of petroleum or natural gas. The cracking processes for manufacturing gasoline produce vast quantities of gaseous hydrocarbons. industries in China," said Vice Mayor of the Suzhou Municipal Government, Mr. Zhou Weiqiang. "As the global leader in flow control systems, Flowserve has great opportunities and prospects here. Suzhou Industrial Park is committed to cooperating with Flowserve in order to foster growth and we believe that Flowserve will prosper in China and continue to invest in its operations here," added Mr. Weiqiang.
Flowserve Corp. is one of the world's leading providers of fluid motion and control products and services. Operating in 56 countries, the company produces engineered and industrial pumps, seals and valves as well as a range of related flow management services.
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