ENGINEERING: Provincial Pumps Has New Owner
Recent Western Cape Business News
ITT Water & Wastewater, a leader in water and wastewater transport and treatment, has acquired Cape Town’s Provincial Pumps. The company has represented ITT’s Lowara brands in the South African market since 1990.
“The acquisition is a further step ahead in our strategy to strengthen our presence in the Cape region by expanding the range of products and services to our customers in the water and wastewater market throughout Africa,” Paul Tring, managing director of ITT Water & Wastewater, says.
“We will be incorporating the significant expertise within Provincial Pumps into ITT Water & Wastewater which includes a solid reputation in the market built up over 20 years of operation.
Mike di Bona, who has led Provincial Pumps since 1990, has been appointed sales director R&CW within the ITT Water & Wastewater South African organisation.
Both companies are known for the quality of their products and services and for their sales, management and technical expertise who take great pride in their uncompromising workmanship,” Tring says.
Provincial Pumps forged its name in the industry through a number of prestigious projects providing an extensive range of ITT Lowara pumps for air conditioning, sewage, drainage and general purpose applications.
Among these projects are the luxury six-star, R900-million One & Only resort at the V&A Waterfront and the
68 000 seat Cape Town Stadium.
ITT Waste & Wastewater South Africa is part of the US Group ITT with 40 000 employees and a turnover of US$ 11.7 billion.
It has sales offices in Johannesburg, Rustenburg and Cape Town as well as a comprehensive distributor network throughout the country.
Business News Sector Tags:
Fax 2 Email
Study IT Online
Work from Home