CPL Introduces Offshore Service

Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Control Products of Louisiana (CPL) a subsidiary of Paradigm Services LP introduces offshore services; leveraging their position as a leading source for remanufactured Fisher Control Valves, for onshore and offshore repair, and servicing all types of valves and process instrumentation as well as new and used parts replacement. CPL uses in-house resources to develop engineered solutions for aerodynamic as well as hydrodynamic severe service applications. "We have the best technicians and decades of experience -- now we are able to operate anywhere our services are needed," said David Douglas, President of Paradigm Services LP, parent company for CPL. "Offshore service is the next logical step in growing as a supplier for all flow control components." CPL diagnoses and designs custom solutions for new or remanufactured valves, actuators, and instrumentation, including: process, control and motor-operated valves, air, electro hydraulic, and hydraulic repair. Additionally, CPL offers valve sealing and repacking, to solve any fugitive emissions challenges. Uniquely, CPL can develop engineered valve solutions based on the specific parameters to meet customer's operating requirements to minimize downtime. Until now, offshore sites have had to make do with what was available -- but CPL promises the highest quality and professionalism, onshore or offshore.

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