Norwegian specialist system builder for the fishing and aquaculture industries has chosen to extend its existing agreement with one of the world’s leading supplier of pipes, valves, actuated valves, and fittings for the maritime industry.
Following a two-year cooperation, W&O Supply is pleased to announce it has renewed a two-year supply agreement with Norway-based CFlow Fish Handling.
Building on the first agreement signed in 2019, the new agreement will extend the existing support and supply of actuated valve packages for the development, design, and manufacturing of complete fish handling systems for fisheries and aquaculture across Europe.
The extension of the working relationship confirms CFlow’s satisfaction with the quality of W&O’s products and services, in particularly W&O”s ability to support operations at a moment’s notice.
CFlow Fish Handling chose to extend their supplier agreement with W&O to provide assurance to the business at all times. Whether it is for a large newbuild project, need for parts, or general system maintenance and upgrades, the supplier agreement offers CFlow the best way to assure on-time deliveries towards their customers relying on the large inventory of W&O.
Besides guaranteeing ready availability of products, the supply agreement will also include technical meetings with design and project teams in Europe, helping to help provide a consistently trustworthy tailored service from the W&O team.
Commenting on CFlow’s partnership with W&O, CFlow’s Supply Chain Manager, Linn Follestad said: “Having an agreement in place with a high-quality, familiar supplier helps assure on-time delivery of good quality products. Competitive pricing is an essential during a challenging period for global supply chains – and allows CFlow to extend this assurance to our customers with reliable on-time delivery. W&O has been providing us great service and valuable technical support, and their high stock availability has helped manage quick turnaround times on last minute project changes. We look forward to strengthening our cooperation in the next 2 years.”