Houston – Commemorating a heritage of leadership and innovation, Crane ChemPharma & Energy celebrated the 160-year anniversary of Crane Co. during the Valve World Americas Expo. During the conference, Crane showcased new products, participated in a panel discussion on valve design, and commemorated their heritage with a presentation on the history of valves by United Valve President, Greg Johnson.
Since its foundation in 1855, Crane has been a symbol of manufacturing excellence, expanding alongside the global industrial revolution and shaping the growth of industry worldwide. Crane ChemPharma & Energy, the consolidation of former businesses Crane ChemPharma Flow Solutions and Crane Energy Flow Solutions, is proud to be a part of the company's illustrious history, delivering solutions to the fluid handling challenges faced by the industry's most demanding applications.
“From the industrial revolution to the modern age, Crane has anticipated the challenges of the market and developed progressive solutions to address them,” said Aneta Stephens, global director of Marketing Communications for Crane ChemPharma & Energy. “Our 160-year anniversary celebrates Crane's culture of innovation and steadfast commitment to our customers.”
More than a century of invention has enabled Crane to expand domestically, internationally and beyond, providing solutions to markets as distant as the moon with pumps used in the Gemini and Apollo Space programs. Building upon a 160-year tradition of excellence, Crane's evolution continues to shape the future of industrial manufacturing.