A Great Response For Bestobell At Gastech

7th April 2014

Bestobell Valves, part of the President Engineering Group (PEGL) based in Sheffield, attended the Gastech 2014 exhibition in South Korea recently and had a great response from visitors across the globe, including a significant number from South Korea and Japan.

The company showcased its high quality cryogenic valves, which are already widely used for industrial gas, LNG marine and land-based LNG (liquefied natural gas) applications across the world. This included demonstrating its DN100 Globe Valve with pneumatic actuator and its DN25 Miniature Needle Globe Valves, which had a cut-out section enabling visitors to see the inside arrangement of the valve and its innovative bonnet and flange design. Bestobell was joined on its stand by its agent Samgong Trading, which represents the company on the marine side of the business in South Korea and Ntech-I, which covers the industrial gas sector in South Korea on Bestobell's behalf. The company was also able to take visitors to view some of its valves in use at a nearby Ntech-I facility and to see some of Bestobell's development projects which are currently undergoing tests. The exhibition was also an opportunity for Bestobell to reveal its new Marine product catalogue, which received a great response. In addition, a video on the stand demonstrated to visitors the history of Bestobell and gave an overview of its factory in Sheffield. Duncan Gaskin, Sales Director for Bestobell Valves, said: -Gastech was a great opportunity for us to enhance our relationships with existing customers in this region and to discuss new projects with them. We also made a number of new contacts, which will hopefully give us the opportunity to further develop our business here. It was exciting to be in South Korea, a country renowned for being at the forefront of LNG development and to be able to demonstrate our expertise in valve technology for LNG applications. The Gastech exhibition brings together energy professionals working in the natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) industries. Held every 18 months, the exhibition offers exhibitors the chance to share expertise, negotiate directly with suppliers, discuss the latest advances in LNG technology and find solutions that are right for their business. The next Gastech will be held in Singapore from October 27 to 30 October, 2015, in association with Singapore International Energy Week at the Singapore EXPO. Bestobell Valves is a world-leader in the manufacture of cryogenic valves, with over 50 years' industrial gas experience and 15 years' successfully supplying to LNG marine markets. The company's valve technologies are widely used in the processing, storage and transportation of cryogenic fluids. The company also designs and produces valves to meet specific requirements in the marine sector and has supplied cryogenic valves to a majority of the major shipyards building LNG Carriers. For more information visit the website www.bestobellvalves.com or call +44 (0) 1142 240000.

You might also be interested in

Sheffield set to celebrate Summer in The Outdoor City

Thu 17th June 2021

Sheffield is set to celebrate its reputation as The Outdoor City this summer as the council launches a new campaign to encourage people to enjoy all the city has to offer in the coming months.

Mental Health Awareness with Westfield Health

Mon 14th June 2021

Watch back our recent webinar in partnership with Westfield Health for practical tips and positive habits to improve your emotional awareness and mental wellbeing.

Small Business Confidence Rising but Fears over Future Lockdowns Remain, finds BCC Survey

Thu 10th June 2021

UK small businesses are increasingly confident in their ability to grow and power the economic recovery, although many still have fears about the ongoing impact of Covid restrictions.

BCC Forecast: UK set for an uneven economic recovery, despite record GDP growth

Wed 9th June 2021

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today (Thursday) released its latest economic forecast which predicts UK GDP growth for 2021 of 6.8%, which if realised would be the strongest outturn since official records began in 1949.