Celros names new European distributor

Dawcul will serve the Copes-Vulcan brand in Central, Eastern Europe

Celeros Flow Technology has appointed Dawcul as the authorized distributor for its Copes-Vulcan brand in Central and Eastern Europe. The agreement, which was formalized recently at ADIPEC 2023, means Dawcul becomes the official supplier of OEM valves, spares and replacement parts to Copes-Vulcan customers in the region.

 Copes-Vulcan is a leading manufacturer of high-quality control valves, actuators and steam conditioning equipment that have applications in oil and gas, power, pulp and paper, chemical processing and mining. 

Dawcul’s network of experienced technical sales advisors, speaking in local languages, will offer support to Copes-Vulcan customers across the region, providing comprehensive product and logistical guidance where it is needed.

Celeros FT has finalised a new distributor agreement with Dawcul to represent its Copes-Vulcan valves brand in Central and Eastern Europe. Pictured (left to right): Dawcul representatives Asen Petrov, Regional Sales Manager, Tomasz Milewski, Regional Sales Director, and James Bovill, Managing Director, with Tommy Kassem, COO, and Rich Morin, CCO, of Celeros Flow Technology. (Image: Celeros Flow Technology)

“We are looking forward to working with Dawcul in expanding the support we offer customers in Central and Eastern Europe,” said Tommy Kassem, CCO for Celeros Flow Technology. “Our companies have a lot in common, including deep expertise across multiple industries and the desire to support customers as they improve operational efficiency and reduce their carbon emissions.”

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