Flowcast: How Trillium Flow Technologies Addresses Old and New Energy Challenges

 

Anyone who has tracked the energy industry over the past decade can affirm just how much the market has changed. But, in all that time, many legacy companies remain at the top of their field.

How do these companies adapt to this constantly changing environment, and what can other energy professionals learn from them? Host Shelby Skrhak taps David Paradis, the CEO of Trillium Flow Technologies, for his insights on the topic.

Paradis has long-established ties to the industry. As an undergraduate student at Texas A&M University, he studied mechanical engineering and went through a co-op program with Keystone International, as well. He’s stayed in the field ever since.

Since his initial foray into energy, the Trillium CEO has witnessed trends like emerging technology, sustainability and globalization transform the industry.

For example, “from a technology standpoint… those things have continued to advance over the years, and that’s made quite a bit of a challenge, because we need to serve our customers and perform well,” he said. “There’s been a greater focus on things like safety and reliability because of the complexity of these systems, and we’ve had to respond and adapt.”

However, the key to Trillium’s success lies in its customer-focused service. Paradis maintains that adhering to customer promises is at the center of everything the company does.

“That starts with engaging with the customers on a very local basis to understand their needs, and then meeting those needs,” he said.

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