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Conval moves to new manufacturing centre

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World Fertilizer,

Conval, which manufactures urea service valves for the fertilizer industry, recently moved into a new 72 000 ft2 facility in Enfield, Connectiuct, US.

In development for two years, the facility is adjacent to Interstate 91 and 13 highway miles from Bradley International Airport. With all operations under one roof and 40% more capacity than the former three-building Somers campus, the new facility will allow for new processes to be added, future expansion of the product line, and significant company growth.

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