BVAA Desktop at Score Leads to Full Membership

Valve Industry Innovation at Score Europe

The BVAA event proved to be a success
Score Europe Limited were pleased to host a British Valve and Actuator Association (BVAA) Desktop Exhibition in the VITAL Training & Conference Centre, Wellbank, Peterhead, on the 16th of November 2011.

This is the fifth time Score have hosted the show in Peterhead, in a tradition which started back in 2003. This year, 25 UK based manufacturers and service companies, who are all members of the BVAA, exhibited at the event, including the Association themselves.

Visitors to the exhibition included Score Group employees, selected Score customers and other invited guests. On arrival, visitors received a layout map of all exhibitors’ stands and a summary of the focus of each desktop presentation, to encourage them to visit all stands. Over 100 visitors packed into the hall and engaged with the suppliers technical experts, who manned each of the displays.

The exhibiting companies were asked to focus their pitches on innovative new products and technology, which they felt would be of benefit to Score and its customers. All exhibitors showcased themselves differently, to try and attract the visitors to their stand. Some displayed their new designs of manufactured products (valves, actuators or associated equipment), whilst others simply focused on describing and promoting their latest range of services.

Conrad Ritchie, Deputy Managing Director of Score Europe said: “This was an excellent event and we were very happy to welcome and host the BVAA members at the VTCC. The feedback we have received to date from all visitors suggests that the products on show, coupled with the expert technical knowledge of the exhibitors made the event the best of its type to date.

It was refreshing to see both new and established manufacturers make the effort to showcase their latest products and technical developments. The UK based valve and actuator industry are world leaders and we will continue to do all we can to encourage them to maintain that position.”

The event was highly successful and the Score Europe Limited Board would like to thank all who helped make this event happen and of course everyone who attended.

Following the success of the event, the Score Europe board decided to become a full member of the British Valve and Actuator Association (BVAA). The benefits this membership brings will be tenfold with many Score personnel having the opportunity to contribute to current issues effecting the British valve manufacturing industry. More information on the benefits can be found at bvaa_members_benefits.pdf or by contacting Conrad Ritchie. A plaque recognising Score (Europe) Limited as full members of the BVAA is now displayed in reception.

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 20

Summer 2020 // Issue 53
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