PowerComm buys Unified Valve

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PowerComm Inc has entered into an agreement to purchase Unified Valve.

Unified Valve has operations in Fort St. John, Calgary, Brooks. Red Deer, Edmonton and Grande Prairie and services all types of industrial and commercial valves with a focus on pressure relief valves.

PowerComm started in 1993 as an industrial electrial/instrumentation contractor and valve reconditioning company in the Lloydminster and Provost Alberta areas. PowerComm has 11 offices in Alberta.

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“Joining forces with a company of PowerComm’s reputation and capability is extremely exciting for Unified Valve,” said Keith Levoir, President and CEO of Unified Valve. “As it will without question create the largest aftermarket valve service company in western Canada giving us the opportunity to increase the services and product lines that we are able to provide our customer base,”
he concluded.

The transaction is subject to regulatory approval and approval by PowerComm’s Board of Directors.

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