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Oxford Flow expands as it eyes new international markets

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Oxford Flow is celebrating headcount growth of 80% over the last 18 months as the company eyes international expansion across EMEA, India and the Americas.
The flow control equipment specialist for energy, water, and industrial process industries, which currently works in the US, UK, the Middle East and APAC, has invested heavily in both workforce development and product R&D to support gas distribution, oil and gas and power generation industries worldwide.
Oxford Flow has made several senior appointments to build out its growing management team, including John Kett as head of field operations, Tim Doole as head of engineering and Rob Green as operational development manager.
Colin Findlay, chief strategy officer at Oxford Flow, said: “We’re entering a more strategic and commercial stage in our journey and building out our engineering and field services senior management will allow us to continue to service our existing client base while we expand in regions including North America and the Middle East while putting down roots in the likes of the South America and APAC.”
Oxford Flow recently announced the launch of its IM-S and IM-C valves, which are adaptions of its original IM series gas pressure regulator. These latest iterations have been designed to be more compact and can be retrofitted into gas networks around the world, offering a hydrogen-ready solution for energy transition, ensuring the future security of gas network systems globally.
Neil Poxon, who recently celebrated five years as CEO at Oxford Flow, added: “Our international expansion is critical to our next stage of growth and our team is going from strength to strength.”
Oxford Flow now has operations across the US, Europe, and Asia Pacific with offices in Houston and Oxford. The company employs people globally across its engineering, sales, operations and safety functions.