The agreement will see Parker Hannifin Corp supply Shell with instrumentation valves, manifolds and related products.
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Parker Hannifin Corp has signed a new Enterprise Framework Agreement (EFA) with Shell for the provision of instrumentation valves, manifolds, process-to-instrument valves, fittings, tubing, protective enclosures and related products.
As per the EFA spanning 4 years, Parker’s Instrumentation Group will supply a broad range of process instrumentation products to Shell and its affiliates worldwide.
"Parker is proud to be associated with Shell. Our engineering and commercial acumen demonstrate our capabilities as a key supplier in the energy market”, said Andrew Spivey, General Manager of Parker Hannifin's Instrumentation Products Division in Europe. "We have collaborated with Shell on engineering projects, and this has given us a front row view of emerging technical challenges in critical application areas."
"We are proud to see our clients place their confidence in our products and services,” said Nicolas Villemain, Division Market Development Manager of Parker Hannifin Instrumentation Products Division in Europe. “We believe that such cooperative relationships between major players in their respective spheres will help establish new standards for performance, safety and cost reduction."