CVS smash Ł5m turnover in Q2 of Year 4



Control Valve Solutions (CVS) Ltd’s turnover has just exceeded Ł5million in the second quarter of year four. This has been made possible by the recent move to a much larger facility in Portlethen and staff numbers have increased from 14 to 22 since July.

Mick Beavers, CVS’ Managing Director said “Employee numbers were always going to increase but we had originally planned for an increase to around 30 within the next three years. However with 22 members of staff already employed this is now expected to be much higher.”

All departments at CVS have been expanding including Sales, Workshop & Engineering and Projects as well as front of house. All visitors will now be greeted by new Company Administrator, Helen Brown, who will be even busier when a series of Lunch & Learn events are launched to encourage more clients to visit and tour the new 2,500 square metre facility.

In the Sales Department Roy Hindle, Senior Sales Engineer and Kerry Miller, Sales Administrator now support Sales Manager, Mac Stevenson. Roy’s 31 years’ experience working with Kent Introl and more recently Severn Glocon will be a great asset to CVS. In addition to this Ryan Macardo joined the company on the 1st January as Business Development Engineer. Ryan is focusing on external sales and specifically for Aberdeen.

The Workshop & Engineering Department has been strengthened with the recruitment of several Valve & Support Engineers and Aaron Gale is Workshop Supervisor. Aaron has offshore maintenance experience but also uses his people skills, developed through a degree in sociology from Aberdeen University, to head up the Workshop Team.

Within the Projects Team, Carl Enston, Project Engineer and Lauren Smith, Documentation Controller provide valuable support across the company. For Carl Enston, he sums up what all CVS’ new staff have been impressed with when joining CVS, saying: “I was attracted to CVS as I felt it was a great opportunity to join a company which was at an interesting and exciting time in its history, particularly as the company is in a high growth phase. I was inspired by CVS’ in-house software system CVS Manager and could see that the development potential is huge. I also shared Mick’s passion for valves, having spent the past 12 years of my working life with a valve company and I felt it was the perfect environment for me to learn more and develop my skills.”

For more information please contact Vicky Greenhalgh, Marketing Manager, Control Valve Solutions. Email: vicky@ controlvalvesolutions.co.uk

Control Valve Solutions Ltd
Tel: 01224 583116 / 0151 531 1501 www.controlvalvesolutions.co.uk

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 24


Summer 2020 // Issue 53
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