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Emerson opens headquarters for regulator technologies

December 2013 News

Emerson Process Management has opened its $25 million global headquarters for the design, testing and manufacture of regulator technologies, including pressure regulator and relief valve solutions to help oil and gas, chemical, refining, power and other industries run their processes and operations with optimal, safe and reliable performance.

The McKinney headquarters is one of several Emerson investments in Texas, including a $34 million Emerson Industry Center for Hydrocarbon and Energy and $30 million Americas headquarters for valve automation technologies, both in Houston, as well as a new $25 million Austin complex for the process systems and solutions business.



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