HSP increases upstream oil and gas stock holding

Published: 01/19/2015

HSP has made significant investment in stock holding for the upstream oil and gas industry to support a wider international client base.

Working with our principle partners, Bonney Forge and Truflo Rona, in the last period we have added Bonney Forge Floating Ball Valves to our range. We have also expanded the range of low-temperature, carbon steel Trunnion Mounted Ball Valves we offer. The specification of our core stock now meets the requirements of Maersk Oil MOT-16 and BP Exploration Specifications.
Triple Offset Butterfly Valves from UK-based manufacturer, Hobbs Valve, continue to be a core product offering. In addition, ANSI 150 Wafer Lugged valves in Low Temp Carbon, Super Duplex and Aluminium Bronze take our size range up to 16”.

“We have continued to focus on our stock strategy to offer added value to our clients.” said HSP Sales Director, Derrick MacKenzie. “It is no longer the case that end users want stock options with a long list of deviations. Our clients look for stock that meets their specification. This was very much a driver in
the added investment to move our Aberdeen business into a new 13,000 sq. ft. facility in September. Alongside increased warehouse space to support our growth, we now have testing and modification facilities.” Supporting our downstream business, HSP have increased our capabilities by adding Bonney Forge Cast Steel range of Gate, Globe and Check Valves into our Teesside facility to complement the largest stock of Bonney Forge Forged Steel valves in the UK. Having had a relationship with Bonney Forge for more than 30 years, adding the Cast range into our stock was an easy decision. Not only are they world respected in the field of GGC valves but, in addition, the quality of the Bonney Forge product and support is unrivalled. Along with our comprehensive range of Maxseal Solenoids and Filter Regulators, our newly-equipped Teesside Facility now enables us to offer manual and actuated packages from stock.

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