Trying to handle overseas markets from the UK has many drawbacks, it is far better to have someone in country, according to Chris Woodhead – Director of Advanced Actuators Limited.
India has all the sectors that use our actuators from mining to power, water, oil & gas and all are growing markets.
To give our customers a better service from sales to the aftermarket we are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Sagar Sethumadhavan as our Manager of Sales and Marketing.
Based in Chennai, Sagar brings a wealth of experience with him having worked for over 8 years including IMI CCI & Xomox Sanmar – Pacific Valves, where he looked after critical service control valves & Isolation valves for Power and Oil & Gas industries including Turbine Bypass systems, BFP RC valves, PRDS Systems and Boiler startup control systems etc.
His customers include BHEL Trichy, BHEL Chennai, BHEL Hyderabad, Tata Projects Ltd, Toshiba JSW, Doosan India, TPSC India, BGR Energy.. etc
With Sagar’s understanding and contacts in the Indian market and our range of actuators and systems we have a winning combination according to Chris.
Chinese trade specialist Matthew Grandage, the China affairs associate at Chamber International, explains why businesses in the North of England should look east…
Advanced Actuators have risen to this challenge, and now sell more and more of their high-spec engineering products to the Far East, where they are needed for safety-critical applications in power stations, water-treatment plant and other process industries. Managing Director Chris Woodhead explained, “We’ve got to go to places like China, because that’s where the growth is. And customers there have this mind-set – that they can trust British and European companies to make products that will not let them down”. Chamber International is proud to work with export champions like Advanced Actuators, helping them meet the tough demands of new overseas markets.
We recently had a visit by the members of the Keighley Association of Engineers. First formed in 1900 the group represents all fields of engineering and offers the opportunity for engineers to share knowledge, experiences and opinions with other like-minded individuals through its social functions.
Click on the picture left to read all about it on the Telegraph & Argus news website.