Marsh Bellofram Forms New Business Unit

The Marsh Bellofram Co. has formed a new business unit dedicated to control products for the oil & gas industry.

The new BelGAS CP unit comes one month after the company announced the formation of the BelGAS FM (flame management) division. The company said the moves are part of an “aggressive plan” to serve the industry by narrowing each business unit’s focus.

The new BelGAS CP creates a range of instrumentation used on the well pad and beyond, such as control valves, level controls, level safety indicators, pressure relief valves, gauges and needle valves. It also offers specialty fabrication services. The company said BelGAS CP’s control products and fabrication services make them a one-stop shop for any original equipment manufacturer (OEM) producing surface production equipment for oil and gas exploration. The company’s products are also designed to help increase safety for a variety of processes including oil and/or gas separation, sweetening, treating, heating, and more.

BelGAS CP and BelGAS FM offer distinct instrumentation and control products for non-overlapping—though equally critical—operations common to the oil and gas market, the company said.

“This reorganization of BelGAS makes us a stronger partner for customers,” said Joe J. Colletti, Jr, president and CEO of Marsh Bellofram. “We are transforming into a specialist, particularly in critical applications, so oil and gas industry professionals always know where to turn first. We will continue to expand and build better products to meet the demands of our customers and the market. Ultimately, our BelGAS franchise will be the go-to place for customers and engineers for product development and advancement in the oil and gas market. If a concentrated focus makes for a better partner, be assured that BelGAS CP, like our new BelGAS FM group, is another niche from which to fulfill our promise of precision.”

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