World of Concrete 2020, Las Vegas, 4-7 February 2020 - Valme – a European leader in the design and manufacture of pumping systems and equipment such as standard and double-layer pipes, chrome carbide elbows, rubber hoses, couplings, gaskets, shut off valves, diversion valves and stationary booms for concrete distribution – will be presenting a variety of new arrivals at the World of Concrete 2020.
The launch of the new VALME NORTH AMERICA branch with production plant in Franksville, Wisconsin, resulting from the need to be closer to the company’s American clientele and to promptly meet growing demand with an increasingly fast and efficient service, is part of a global expansion strategy.
The Valme North America stand will be exhibiting various products specifically for the US market such as standard and double-layer pipes, chrome carbide elbows and rubber hoses as well as HD couplings, collars and gaskets, testifying to Valme’s recent range expansion, including not only the manufacturing of pipes but also a supply of complete concrete pumping and distribution systems. Important new arrivals include two innovative gate valves with blades made from especially wear- resistant materials as well as a fully dismantlable 1.5” and 2” shotcrete nozzle (DN38 and DN50 respectively). In addition, Valme North America will be unveiling its line of DN125 double-layer LLN 2.5+2, LLT 3+1.5 and LLH 5+3 pipes and DN125 reinforced chromium carbide bends in 7 and 12mm thicknesses.
“We want to be closer to our customers and offer high quality standards”, confirms Eric Zimmermann, General Manager of Valme North America Inc. “We offer specialist expertise, a wide range of products and services and the ability to meet the full spectrum of market requirements relating to concrete pumping equipment and pumping systems”.
“In recent years, Valme has invested a great deal in increasing its production capabilities and pursuing the technological innovation that sets it apart”, concludes Davide Cipolla, Sole Director of Valme. “The American market holds great potential for us, and we are therefore wholeheartedly embracing new opportunities in this area”.