GEA scores an ‘A’ for its transparency and performance on climate change by global environmental non-profit organization CDP. This marks the third time in a row that the mechanical engineering company has been included in CDP’s A list, which is the highest possible rating. According to CDP, GEA is only one of a small number of companies that achieved an ‘A’ – out of 21,000 companies scored.
After years of changing new casings and propellers every three months to their process pump, a metal industry operator switched their worn-out pump to one of Sulzer’s EMW slurry pumps at their melt shop. The client considered the change a leap forward in their slurry pumping technology since the maintenance interval grew significantly, pump efficiency improved, and the change reduced power consumption.
GF has secured an “A” score, the highest possible, by the global rating agency CDP for transparency and performance on climate change, after the company was awarded an “A-” for three consecutive years. For its ambitions around water security, GF has maintained its previous rating of “A-”.
ITT Inc. announced the company has signed a three-year agreement for the supply of API-610 centrifugal pump systems and related products and engineered services to ExxonMobil, one of the world’s largest international energy and petrochemical companies.
Europump (the European Pump Association) which represents 15 National Associations across the continent of Europe is delighted to be staging its 2024 Annual Meeting in the UK. Hosted by the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) and sponsored by WEG, this three-day event will take place at the spectacular De Vere Beaumont Estate near Windsor in the Royal County of Berkshire, from 22nd – 24th May.
CIRCOR International, Inc., a manufacturer and marketer of differentiated technology products and sub-systems, highlights their IMO brand rotary screw pumps for processing and transferring asphaltenes and bitumen in a variety of applications.
GEA ranks among the leading employers in Europe in 2024. The Top Employers Institute has certified the machinery and plant manufacturer as a Top Employer in five countries. Belgium and Portugal were recognized for the first time, while Germany, Poland and Spain were re-certified. GEA aims to receive Top Employer certification also for other countries in 2025.
Sulzer adds Germany to its group of designated Top Employer 2024 countries, now including Brazil, China, Germany, Switzerland, the UK and the USA. The Top Employers Institute surveys and independently audits companies seeking Top Employer recognition, rating them against the top international standard in several categories.
Smith & Loveless Inc. highlights the EVERLAST Series 4000 Pump Station, an above-ground wastewater pump station that continues the S&L tradition of high efficiency, long service life, operator ease and safety, and low operation and maintenance costs.
KRACHT GmbH (Kracht), a manufacturer of high-quality technologies including external gear pumps, fluid measurement, valves, hydraulic drives, and dosing systems has become part of Atlas Copco Group.