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Tyco signs global agreement with Shell to provide pressure relief valves

09.11.2012  | 

The five-year agreement covers Crosby and Anderson Greenwood direct acting and pilot-operated pressure relief valves, line block relief valves and supporting services for all of Shell's global operations. During 2011, Tyco was also selected by Shell to provide butterfly valves in a similar arrangement.

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Tyco Flow Control has been selected to provide pressure relief valves and after-market services to Shell projects around the globe, the companies said on Tuesday.

The five-year agreement covers Crosby and Anderson Greenwood direct acting and pilot-operated pressure relief valves, line block relief valves and supporting services for all of Shell's global operations.

The Anderson Greenwood and Crosby brands are renowned for their high quality and reliable performance in a broad range of applications, according to Tyco officials.

“We are pleased that Shell has selected Tyco to supply these critical valves and services,” said Emmanuelle Dubu, managing director of Tyco Flow Control's pressure management product unit. "

“Through this agreement, we are committed to drawing on our deep product expertise and keen focus on quality to provide Shell with high-performing, dependable products.”

With a worldwide footprint comprising more than 300 locations, Tyco Flow Control says it has the global capability, expertise and engineering knowledge required to fulfill the agreement.

“Through our network of locations, we are well-positioned to deliver global solutions and responsive local service everywhere Shell operates,” said Sheri Roberts-Updike, vice president and general manager of Tyco Flow Control's global oil and gas business.

The agreement for pressure relief valves is the second framework agreement secured by Tyco in the last year. During 2011, Tyco was also selected by Shell to provide butterfly valves in a similar arrangement.



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