Midland-ACS Opens Fluid Power Solution Center In Houston

Source: ChemicalProcessing.com

Mar 08, 2010

Midland-ACS, a provider of pneumatic and hydraulic fluid power solutions and subsidiary of ITT Corp., has announced the opening of its new Fluid Power Solution Center in Houston. “Building on a commitment to provide enhanced levels of service, sales support, and technical collaboration to the Houston market and the Americas, Midland-ACS made the investment decision to open its new Center of Excellence,” according to Peter Evans, managing director at ITT Flow Control. “The facility will allow Midland-ACS to quickly respond to our local and regional customers, and distribution partners.”

The new facility is part of ITT’s strategy to expand its connectivity with the oil and gas community in Houston, the Gulf of Mexico, and balance of Latin America regions.

Midland-ACS will co-locate in its new facility with C’treat Offshore, another ITT business, focused on serving the global oil and gas market.

"Midland has been providing highly engineered solutions to the oil and gas industry for more than 50 years,” explains Eugene Rudolph, ITT’s market development leader. “The opportunities presented by Houston’s oil and gas community and the gulf region make it a natural fit for Midland’s continued global expansion. Our new facility in Houston, together with our existing global engineering and manufacturing locations, will give us the opportunity to expand our team’s technical and applications expertise to better serve the oil and gas market and the energy industry as a whole.”

“Midland recognizes the potential of the Houston and gulf region markets and we look forward to serving the fluid power needs of valve and actuation OEMs and EPCs, along with our distribution partners in this region,” added Rudolph.

For more information, visit www.midland-acs.com.


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