Dixon Group Europe
About this exhibitor
Dixon Europe was established in 1975 and is a premier manufacturer and supplier of material transfer products across a wide range of markets – mining, oil & gas, agriculture, food & beverage, petrochemical, civil engineering and construction.
Dixon is committed to being the easiest company to do business with and has unsurpassed reputation for producing safe and leak free products for more than a century. Founded by Howard W. Goodall in 1916 through visiting construction sites, Howard identified their hose and coupling requirements and started manufacturing purpose built product solutions. Headquartered in Chestertown, Maryland in the United States of America, Dixon has grown to be a leading innovator and solutions provider in the hose coupling industry.
With sales and distribution in the UK, Germany, France Russia and the Middle East and with manufacturing and engineering facilities approved to BSI ISO 9001, Dixon Europe utilises its application based knowledge and current technologies to create products to solve challenges across a wide range of material transfer applications.
As Dixon Europe we are driven to provide ‘the right connection’ in meeting specific hose and coupling requirements across all industries. Our strength in service, technical support, training and advice ensure the correct specification of bespoke hose assemblies and couplings. Unsurpassed Knowledge and Quality Across industries Dixon understands the technical intricacies and recommends the correct components for material transfer scenarios. Very few suppliers have this depth of knowledge and expertise and Dixon always has its finger on the pulse with liquid, air and bulk material transfer.
Dixon products can be relied upon, as quality control starts at the innovative design stage, and is further supported with technologically advanced engineering and manufacturing processes. Dixon will not compromise on high quality control, utilising assurance standards and inspection procedures at each critical step of the production process.