SVF Flow Controls moves headquarters
SVF Flow Controls, makers of industrial and custom-designed ball valves, actuators and controls, recently moved from Santa Fe Springs, Calif., to La Palma, Calif. The company now has 70,000 sq. ft. of warehouse and office space, and is working to fill the additional warehouse space with additional inventory to better service the needs of its customers.
“Our sales grew almost 20% in 2016, so we needed more space,” SVF Flow Controls President Wayne Ulanski said. “Plus, our new facility is a major upgrade. We are adding a large training room so engineers and designers can visit SVF and learn how our valve and automation products can handle today’s piping issues. We also are proud of our expanded production area, which makes us more efficient by saving time and improving quality as we assemble our products.”
SVF plans to use a good portion of the additional space to offer new products in 2017. “We are looking forward to introducing a number of new products in 2017,” said Russ Chomiak, SVF sales director. “We needed the extra room our new La Palma facility gives us to increase our current inventory and to add all the new items we plan to introduce very soon.”