Stauff Group looks to grow its Middle East business

Stauff Line Komponenten2Stauff manufactures line components and hydraulic accessories for machine and plant engineeringStauff Group, developer and manufacturer of line components and hydraulic accessories for machine and plant engineering, is looking forward to further expansion in the Middle East

“Over the last five years, since we started to intensify our business activities by actively building and establishing direct connections with local customers, the Middle East region in total has developed into one of the fastest-growing foreign markets for the Stauff Group (in terms of generated turnover) and has quickly made it onto the list of regions with an increased relevance and importance for our company,” says Boris Mette, head of marketing communication, Stauff Group.

“We are more than convinced that business for us in that region will continue growing. We are still in the stage of entering the market with our products and services and see a lot potential for best quality fluid power components that meet and exceed the market-specific requirements.

Our main customers include original equipment manufacturers and plant operators located in the region, but we most importantly target distributors and general industrial suppliers that focus on the MRO segment and provide the level of support and (on-site) service customers demand. 

“Our success is of course mostly driven by the requirement for innovative fluid power components, such as the so-called ACT clamp, a recently developed Stauff original product for both OEM and MRO customers, that efficiently prevents crevice corrosion under pipe clamps on stainless steel tubing and therefore generates middle- and long-term cost intervals due to extended maintenance and service intervals in some of the most challenging applications, such as the oil and gas industry.

“Another great example is the Stauff Form tube end forming system, which is without doubt one of the most high-performing solutions currently available on the market for connecting metric sized tubes made from steel, stainless steel and alternative materials such as copper, brass, CuNiFe or Tungum.  Apart from its simplicity, the system provides a maximum level of safety with a pressure resistance of up to 800 bar (generally with a four-fold safety factor and taking into consideration various pressure-reducing factors) and ultimate tear-out strength as well as reliability and reproducibility. This is the result of exceptional care taken in the development of the system and the selection, handling and processing of the raw materials.

“The ADIPEC exhibition seems to be by far the best opportunity to showcase and highlight innovations like these and approach members of the specialist public, who are always open for methods to improve the efficiency of their own or their customers’ machines and plants.”

Stauff Group is exhibiting on Stand 8814 at ADIPEC, to take place from 13-16 November in Abu Dhabi.

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