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Cameron Reaches 3-Year Agreement With MaxTorque

Cameron announces a three-year partnership agreement with MaxTorque, LLC to supply their gear operators for Cameron’s pipeline ball valves.

“Incorporating MaxTorque’s high performance gears into our portfolio allows us to offer a valve package that has unique features and benefits that specifically meet our customers’ needs,” said Willy Findlay, President of the Engineered Valves Division. “This agreement will allow us to offer a differentiated product that can be specified and sold on a value basis.”

“We are excited at the opportunity to partner with a company that has Cameron’s reputation and position in the market place,” Patrick West, CEO of MaxTorque said. “It is an ideal fit for both companies. We are combining technology and quality to create the most competitive package available.”

Source: Cameron

 

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