Smith Flow Control (SFC), specialist in mechanical valve control equipment and valve management systems, has joined the Energy Industries Council (EIC).
The EIC is the leading trade association for UK companies that supply capital goods and services to the energy industries worldwide and has a membership base of more than 700 UK companies across the energy supply chain.
Its mission is to support members in marketing and selling their energy products and services in the UK and overseas. It provides business intelligence, networking opportunities (including exhibitions and trade missions), training, consultancy and business support services that are designed to help companies capitalise on International opportunities while reducing some of the associated risk, for example through the use of the EIC’s International office infrastructure.
Mike Fynes, SFC Sales and Marketing Director, commented, “We are pleased to be joining the EIC and look forward to unlocking opportunities and identifying new prospective business over the coming year. We believe that the EIC’s DataStream project tracking database and network of support globally will be extremely valuable in helping us to increase our market share in what is an increasingly challenging marketplace.”
Claire Miller, CEO of the EIC, added, “We are delighted to welcome Smith Flow Control as a member of the EIC and look forward to supporting their short and long-term business goals through the comprehensive range of services we offer.”
About Smith Flow Control
Smith Flow Control is a British company specialising in mechanical valve control equipment. This includes procedural control using mechanical valve interlocks and valve management systems, EasiDrive portable valve actuators, FlexiDrive mechanical valve linkage systems for remote and/or simultaneous valve operation, and TorkDrive torque limiting devices to protect valves from the application of excessive force. The company is a subsidiary of Halma plc.