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MSE expands its sales territory

May 24, 2023

Save to read list Published by Bella Weetch, Editorial Assistant Hydrocarbon Engineering, Tuesday, 06 June 2023 09:00

Michael Smith Engineers (MSE) has announced the expansion of its sales territory for Viking Industrial Pumps to include Scotland, in effect from 1 June 2023. MSE is the only authorised distributor for Viking Pumps in the UK, and this extension of geographical coverage underlines its relationship with Viking Pumps since the partnership was formed in 2006.

As a supplier of specialist pumps, MSE has been providing innovative, cost-effective pumping solutions to challenging fluid handling applications for nearly 50 years, and Viking Pump has become one of their most important products. Viking specialise in the design, manufacture and application of standard and custom-built positive displacement pumps for some of the most demanding fluids handling applications around the world.

The Viking range includes Internal Gear pumps which, thanks to a wide variety of wetted materials, sealing and porting options, is the pump of choice for a huge range of diverse applications. Additionally, the SG Series of External Gear pumps for high-pressure pumping duties in low-capacity applications and the LVP Series of Vane pumps which are ideal for pumping thin liquids at high pressures.

The team at MSE are able to provide Viking Pump users with a wealth of practical and technical expertise for the entire range of Viking positive displacement pumps, having benefitted from specialised product training at Viking's facility in Shannon, Ireland.

Commenting on the new agreement, Jason Downing, Managing Director at Michael Smith Engineers, confirmed: "We are delighted to be expanding our territory to include Scotland for Viking pumps. This development not only emphasises the excellent partnership we have built with Viking, but also demonstrates our commitment to providing exceptional support and effective pumping solutions to our customers throughout the UK".

He continued: "Our expertise and experience enables us to offer tailored solutions that meet the unique needs of various industries, including oil and gas, chemical processing, food and beverage and many others".

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