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Take the Hassle Out of Buying a Vessel

Purchasing new process vessels for the pharmaceutical industry is often a time-consuming and onerous task. The industry is required to ensure that their new equipment meets with current legislation, operating procedures and approvals, as well as ensuring that any ancillary equipment is fully integrated for successful operation.

For process engineers wishing to purchase a new vessel there are a number of procedures to go through before a vessel and any ancillary equipment is fully operational. These procedures can be very time consuming, and if not administered correctly can create unnecessary delays and hassle. This article breaks these procedures down into categories and also indicates the best methods that engineers should adopt when purchasing new vessels.


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By Paul Mayer, Sales Director at Braby

A qualified Mechanical Engineer, Paul Mayer's first position was as a Production Engineer in a large UK print engineering company. He soon progressed to managing the production area responsible for the co-ordination of the entire plant manufacturing process. After several years, and following a period of skills training, Paul assumed the role of Commercial Manager for the same organisation working with a large international customer base. This lead to his appointment as Head of the sales force, which covered most of the world market. Paul joined Braby in 1997 and managed the sales force becoming Director of Sales and Marketing. He and his team have lead Braby into many new market areas and developed the single source approach for prospective customers.

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