Dresser NGS is now Dresser Utility Solutions
Published by Elizabeth Corner,
Dresser NGS, a leading provider of metering, electronics, instrumentation, flow control, distribution repair products, and over pressure protection devices to utility and industrial customers, has named the company Dresser Utility Solutions.
For more than a century, Dresser Utility Solutions has been a leading worldwide manufacturer and marketer of highly engineered products for critical infrastructure in the global utility and industrial sectors. Dresser Utility Solutions’ core business has been serving gas utilities and going forward will focus on serving the broader Utility sector, particularly in the water and wastewater treatment customer segments. The ageing gas and water utility asset base and heightened focus on ESG necessitate innovative solutions and products, which Dresser Utility Solutions is uniquely positioned to provide.
David Evans, President and CEO of Dresser Utility Solutions, said, “Dresser Utility Solutions better communicates our expertise and vision of supplying essential equipment to utilities around the world. We are committed to continue providing our customers with highly reliable products and new value-added technologies, such as metering with electronic remote diagnostics. Additionally, we are excited to bring back into focus the water and wastewater markets, where we have a strong heritage, with continued investment in our product lines including the Dresser Coupling and expansion joints.”
The Dresser Utility Solutions family of companies currently includes: Dresser Measurement, Dresser Pipeline Solutions, Dresser Utility Solutions UK, Flow Safe, ANDCO, RCS, Texsteam, and Nibsco Automation.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/24032021/dresser-ngs-is-now-dresser-utility-solutions/
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