Rotork Valvekits Acquires Pro-Kits Ltd

Craig Mellins, General Manager of Rotork Valvekits

Rotork is pleased to announce the acquisition of Pro-Kits Ltd, a designer and manufacturer of valve adaptor kits and accessories for the valve industry, based in Mansfield, UK. Rotork has acquired all the share capital of Pro-Kits.

Pro-Kits has been known to Rotork for many years and the company has built an established customer base for valve adaptation kits and accessories.

The sole owner of Pro-Kits, Craig Mellins, has been appointed as General Manager of Rotork Valvekits into which the Pro-Kits business will be merged.

Commenting on the acquisition, Rotork Chief Executive Peter France said: “The acquisition of Pro-Kits, for which Craig Mellins has established a good reputation in the market over the last decade, will increase the customer base and scale of our Rotork Valvekits valve adaptation and accessory products business.”

Rotork Valvekits
Tel: 01623 446721
Website: www.rotork.com

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 20


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