A leader in flow-control solutions, L&T Valves said the company leverages digital technologies and products to enhance safety, reliability and performance in the connected flow-control systems of the future.
Its unique digital portfolio includes smart valves with integrated diagnostic and communication modules, digital traceability solutions as well as augmented reality apps that facilitate remote inspection, it stated.
On its participation, CEO and Director Mahesh Joshi said: "For us, ADIPEC represents a great platform to connect with the most important players and reaffirm our commitment towards the region and reinforce ties with our major stake holders. L&T Valves has been associated with ADIPEC since 2013."
L&T Valves, which has been serving customers in the Middle East for over three decades, wants to further enhance its service levels in the region through multiple channels while achieving its vision to be the most trusted valve company in the world, catering to all the flow-control needs of its valued customers in the region, he noted.
"To focus more on the Gulf and ensure outstanding services to the region, L&T Valves is shortly starting the manufacture of valves at our facility in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, under the in-Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA) program,” added Joshi.
L&T Valves has worked with all major end-users in the region including Adnoc, Bapco, Dubai Petroleum, Enoc, KNPC, KOC, Orpic, PDO and Saudi Aramco.
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