PJ Valves secures three FPSO supply contracts

PJ Valves (PJV), the specialist manufacturer and supplier of valves for the global energy industry. PJ Valves have secured a number of contract awards to manufacture valve packages for a North Sea project. PJV are proud to have received another piece of prestigious recognition of export success. This year company received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Charlie Lodge was invited by the Chinese Extreme Sports Committee to represent Great Britain. It has been awarded three significant FPSO valve contracts for projects in Brazil, Mexico and Nigeria. PJ Valves (PJV), the specialist manufacturer and supplier of valves to the global energy industry.

A partnership between pipes and valves; where did it all begin for PJ Piping (PJP). PJ Valves are proud to feature in the EIC’s survive and thrive report. PJV will manufacture and supply valves to a project located in the Santos Basin. The first packages includes manual and actuated ball valves, gate. The receipt earlier in the year of the Queens Award for International Trade. It have been acknowledged and commended for work in creating an international business. The company will deliver a range of globe and check valves supplied in carbon stainless-steel. A number of teams were invited from all over the world to compete against local teams.

It has been awarded more than £1 million worth of contracts to supply over 1,000 valves. It launched in 2016 as an offshoot of parent company. The valves will vary in sizes with the maximum being 18 inches. Many manufacturers and suppliers have had to re-evaluate their vision. The efforts to fight against the extended period of low oil prices have been noted for export. The specialist manufacturer and supplier of valves for the global energy industry, has been selected to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. PJV will also provide onsite support from its Singapore office for the installation of the valves in China.

“We’re thrilled to have won all three tenders and to be working closely with our customers”, said James Moir, group sales director, PJV.

The globe and check valves up to 1500lb, with NORSOK seals, special painting to NACE level III. A panel of judges containing experienced personnel from within the Oil and Gas industry. The ambition to increase overseas reach came about due to the strong relationship with our customers. The race was over an 18km section of river and the team where the fastest time won. In a further FPSO project win, PJV has been contracted to supply a package of ball. The majority of clients are international. PJV will manufacture forged cast gate globe and check valves in super duplex. Instead of cut backs PJV decided to expand and diversify its product range.

Double block and bleed valves and check valves to support topsides in Nigeria. Stringent NDT requirements and additional gas testing has now been delivered to our customer. It awarded the EIC Award for Export to PJ Valves. It wanted to lean on knowledge and skills to help prosper in an international market. PJV worked closely with the customer on raw material pre-ordering requirements to meet project specifications. PJV has delivered the valves a week early to specification, painted, tested and with project documentation in place. The Export Award is recognition of PJV’s overseas growth and export strategy.

In Singapore, company have immersed ourselves in the structured business culture. PJV scooped a win in Mexico where it will deliver high pressure check valves to support the high-pressure requirements of the project. It seen the company expand its operations into North America. From working with partners in the US, passion and chemistry with clients is a large part of the business. The river was difficult and technical. The super alloys for the well head, living and central processing platforms. It maximised the supply chain value for clients and created a successful new area of business in a harsh economic climate.

Company support our clients to provide reliable and competitive products that meet their long-term needs. The EIC Survive and Thrive initiative was borne out of CEO Stuart Broadley’s efforts. The prestigious awards honour outstanding achievements in international trade. The partnership involves challenging the status quo of “standard” customer-supplier relationships. The company will also supply wafer check valves to prevent fluid backflow on these facilities. All staff have experience in working within the supply chain and understand the challenges operators. It meet with as many EIC member companies as possible during his first few months in post.

Hertford-headquartered PJV’s innovative approach to valve supply. It offers significant benefits to both buyer and supplier on a win-win basis. PJV’s international business accounts for over 70% of its revenues, compared to 20% in 2011. It has furthered understanding as to what being a supplier is all about. It incredibly proud of ourselves and are looking forward to travelling to Indonesia. PJV was awarded the contract because of its extensive North Sea experience. It focus to continue to build the relationships through exceptional service. It became apparent that there were common factors that led to their success.

“It’s brilliant to cement our partnerships and status in the FPSO industry”, James Moir said.

The company was awarded the projects for the standard of its design and manufacturing capabilities. PJ Valves Italian operations have been integral in managing manufacture. Group Managing Director attributes PJV’s model of global reach combined with local support. The continuous fluctuation of the oil price has led many companies to cut their workforce. It compete in The World Championship in November. The specialist Italian manufacturing capabilities meet the project’s high standards for quality. Its ability to deliver valves within short lead times. Company ensure delivery was maintained for client in Singapore.

PJV’s strong relationships within the supply chain and experience in providing valves. PJV we decided to commit to the wider oil market. PJV will accept the award at a Royal reception hosted at Buckingham Palace by HM. PJV has subsequently been awarded contracts for the compressor. The EIC realised that if these strategies and best practices were identified. All deliveries are expected to be completed in 2019. The Culzean gas field is expected to reach a peak production rate of 400 to 500 million. The valves for all projects will be manufactured in PJV’s factory in Italy and partner factories around the UK.

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