W&O Opens Facility in Vancouver

Friday, July 16, 2010

W&O, supplier of marine valves, pipe, fittings, engineered products and valve automation systems, is now incorporated in Canada and has opened a new facility in Vancouver, BC Canada.  The new facility will directly service Canadian customers and support W&O’s overall growth in the Canadian maritime market.

The new Vancouver facility and dedicated staff develop customized maritime solutions for ship owners/operators, shipyards and marine engineers.  With a comprehensive product offering similar to W&O’s U.S. branches, the Vancouver branch offers Lloyds-approved pipe, valves and fittings along with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)-certified and Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS)-certified marine products.

www.wosupply.com

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