Pennsylvania-based Admiral Valve, LLC dba CPV Manufacturing, has announced the awarding of three exclusive contracts with companies located in mainland China, Indonesia, and Taiwan.
Diekson Industrial, Taiwan has contracted CPV Manufacturing to build valves and fittings for their client Formosa Plastic Group. Formosa has purchased and constructed many PVC factories and chemical production facilities in the US and mainland China.
David London, President of CPV Manufacturing, said, “Formosa Plastics Group reflects vertical integration of the PVC manufacturing process. We are excited to have the opportunity to provide safe, reliable, leak-proof valves and fittings and look forward to working with Formosa on the completion of this new project.”
Also announced was that Qingdao Shengyi Crotech Co. Ltd., China has awarded CPV Manufacturing a contract to design and produce valves for Yangkuang Group, a coal chemical industry project. Yangkuang Group is the fourth largest coal mining state-owned energy enterprise in People’s Republic of China. Their main involvement focuses on mining and sales, coal chemical industry, power generation and aluminum production and machinery manufacturing.
“We’re eager to work with Yankuang Group in building high-quality valves for their new coal chemical plant.” London goes on to say that, “we’re also pleased to announce that Toyo Engineering, Korea, and CPV Manufacturing have signed an agreement to supply valves for PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical in Indonesia.”
PT Chandra is the biggest integrated petrochemical company in Indonesia and is the largest Polypropylene producer in the country. “We’re very excited to produce products for PT Chandra petrochemical factory and look forward to partnering with them in the future.”
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