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ENERGYValves leaves the EMVAfrica fold and finds a new home

11th August 2023

     

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EMVAfrica stands as a prominent and trail-blazing entity in Southern Africa, proudly holding the distinction of being a leading ISO 9001:2015 accredited supplier of world-class quality industrial stainless steel, special alloys and valves. 

ENERGYValves, one of the organisation’s three divisions together with ENERGYMetals and Multi Alloys, has seen excellent growth over the past few years. This subsequently led to ENERGYValves relocating to its very own facility in May 2023 to accommodate increased stock holding as well as resources. 

EMVAfrica has 30 years of industry experience, a well-established supply chain and a wide network of reliable suppliers, earning customers’ trust. With the advantage of tapping into this vast pool of knowledge and expertise, and continued support from EMVAfrica, the ENERGYValves brand can stand on its own and continue to provide quality products and excellent customer service.

“Our new facility provides improved access to infrastructure, transportation networks and utilities, enhancing operational efficiency,” says ENERGYValves Valves Business Unit Manager Anesh Prithilall.

“This investment also enables the company to adopt modern technologies and equipment, with increased productivity and competitiveness as a result. Our much larger valve stock holding capabilities give us market flexibility while the additional space enables us to greatly diversify our valve product holding. The provision of a wider variety of valves will give us the ability to handle large valve enquiries for different valve types, materials and pressure ratings, opening up more avenues of supply to a broader base of potential customers.” 

In addition to a complete range of top-quality globe, ball, gate, butterfly, check, safety relief and diaphragm valves, ENERGYValves’ scope of supply also extends to control, pinch, needle, pressure reducing and solenoid units for more specialised applications. 

Customers who operate in industries including oil and gas, water and wastewater, mining, power generation, chemical processing, manufacturing and construction, can count on ENERGYValves for their complete valve solutions.

The ENERGYValves, ENERGYMetals and Multi Alloys divisions will continue to complement each other, bringing diverse products and expertise, synergistically enhancing their collective capabilities and amplifying their 3-S Factor: Stock, Service, Solutions.

 

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter

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