For more than a century, CPV Manufacturing has worked to grow and evolve along with the industry to better serve our customers. Every year, we’re proud to achieve those goals and do all we can to improve our business and services, and 2016 was no different. Here’s a look at some of the biggest news […]
CPV Manufacturing’s President and CEO, Brian Hoffman, was recently featured in an interview with Chemical Today Magazine. The interview covers valve industry trends, as well as CPV’s own place in the industry.
CPV Manufacturing in Kennett Square has been helping equip Navy ships for nearly 100 years. Today, they are the leading developer and manufacturer of high pressure control and shut off valves for aircraft carriers. The facility that I visited is relatively new and makes something they call the O-Seal System.
How CPV Manufacturing set out to take a long manufacturing tradition into the future without changing it.
When a farmer left Kansas in 1915 to open a machine shop in Philadelphia, he hardly imagined that his business would one day serve the US Navy, and Isaiah Engle didn’t just go on to design a revoluntionary mechanism for improving the issue of leakage in pump valves; he laid the groundwork for a company that would provide the highest-quality valves and fittings for the next century.
Headwaters announced today that it advised Admiral Valve, LLC, a leader in designing and manufacturing high-performance filtration systems for marine and aerospace use, on its acquisition of the assets of CPV Manufacturing, a leading global manufacturer of specialized military and industrial high pressure valves and fittings, and their sister company, Moldcraft Co.