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Precision Valve Updates Corporate Logo, Moves in New Direction



Published September 11, 2007
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Precision Valve Corporation has introduced a major update to the look of its corporate logo. The enhanced design features a dynamic crescent arch that highlights the company name set in italic sans serif type.

“The redesign of our logo reflects the progressive thinking of our management team that’s driving the company as a whole,” said John Abplanalp, chief executive officer and president of Precision Valve.

Precision has established global centers for design excellence to provide custom dispensing package design and development as an expanded service offering. These facilities support new product innovation and development. In addition to product design and development, prototyping and product testing, Precision experts assist customers with program management and costing, as well as troubleshooting for active production lines.

The latest actuators from Precision have bold styling that captures consumer attention. Significantly, these dispensing product closures also come with advanced features such as a click-to-lock cap and optimizable spray patterns.

But the most valuable benefit that dispensing package designers can gain by partnering with Precision may very well be the company’s vast inventory of existing dispensing system components.

All these initiatives are part of Precision’s overall objective to become the preferred partner for all types of dispensing systems packaging. To get there, Mr. Abplanalp said, Precision will focus on the key company values of innovation, quality and customer service.

Precision’s website is also being redesigned to be more graphically sophisticated, interactive and easier to use, according to Al Lustrino. “We want to give customers a much more streamlined and functional experience when visiting our site,” he said.


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