SPX® FLOW appoints new partner in Australia
Published by Elizabeth Corner,
SPX FLOW has announced the appointment of Dynapumps Pty Ltd as its channel partner for Bran & Luebbe® pumps to cover customers across Australia.
Founded in 1981, Dynapumps is a growing company with extensive experience in pumping solutions across key oil and gas, industrial and food and beverage markets.
Its reputation for on-time supply of highly specialised engineered solutions with excellent after sales service and genuine spare parts is seen as an important strategic addition to the SPX FLOW customer support network in the region.
Dynapumps offers an extensive portfolio of pumping packages. With the addition of the Bran & Luebbe® product lines, it will be offering complete metering, chemical dosing and high pressure injection solutions, to customers ranging from oil and gas, power generation and other applications. Its services include project development, manufacturing and commissioning to meet specific installation needs.
The current strong presence in Queensland, Victoria and West Australia, will be bolstered by adding sales and application engineers to extend its customer reach in support of this new partnership. Customers within New South Wales will be serviced via Superior Pump Technologies.
David Watt, National Sales Director at Dynapumps, commented: “This is an exciting new partnership and one that complements our existing pumping and vacuum solutions. We have a strong focus on customer support and meeting our project commitments. I believe, our companies are well aligned for a long and prosperous relationship.”
Jason Westwood, VP Sales SPX FLOW Asia-Pacific said: “Partners are part of our strategy to extend our reach and enhance the support we offer our customers.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/contracts-and-tenders/29072020/spx-flow-appoints-new-partner-in-australia/
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