Celeros Flow Technology launched after spin-off from SPX Flow
Celeros Flow Technology has been launched as a standalone company following the divestiture by SPX FLOW of its Power & Energy division to an affiliate of funds managed by private equity company Apollo Global Management, Inc.
“Celeros Flow Technology has been established with the objective of radically altering the flow technology landscape,” said José Larios, CEO of Celeros Flow Technology. “Our aim is to serve as a full-lifecycle optimisation partner and as an experienced advisor to our customers on all matters concerning the world’s critical flow systems.
“By leveraging the talent, experience and enthusiasm inherent in our team, we deliver superior mission-critical flow control technology and services that extend the long-term effectiveness of our customers’ systems, boost productivity levels, reduce operational expenses and maximise return on investment.”
Celeros Flow Technology is focused on supporting customers operating in diverse end markets such as: conventional, renewable and nuclear power; oil and gas (both onshore and offshore); petrochemical processing and water treatment; as well as those building and operating marine vessels for commercial and defence applications.
The Celeros Flow Technology range comprises the M&J Valve, ClydeUnion Pumps, Copes-Vulcan, Plenty, Dollinger, Vokes, Airpel, and GD Engineering brands. Together they employ more than 1800 people at 20 sites globally, delivering flow control solutions based on pumps, valves and filtration technology.
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