AxFlow Italy Acquired Cinti S.r.l., a Specialist in Installation, Service and Repair of Centrifugal Pumps Based in Northern Italy

12.03.2018

The move aims to strengthen AxFlow Italy’s service offering and position it for further growth.

With 21 employees, Cinti serves customers mainly in the municipal water, irrigation, agriculture, water treatment, and fire protection. The acquisition includes all the tools and facilities needed to make a complete service offer. Cinti Srl holds 50% of Elettromeccanica Alto Adige, with a secondary location in Bolzano, strategically placed to server customers in the Alpine region.

“By bringing Cinti to AxFlow Group we will strengthen our service offering in Italy and in Europe. It is in line with our long term aim to have the best customer service on the market,” says Ole Weiner, CEO of AxFlow Group.

Cinti is an authorized service centre for water pumps for civil and industrial applications, including many well-known brands. It has certifications and authorizations for public works in Italy.

Cinti’s Managing Director Marco Cinti, sees big benefits of being part of a larger group. “We are looking forward to increased visibility and sales activity generated by AxFlow Italy’s sales staff, he says. “Cinti will have a wider portfolio now, including PD pumps and agitators, and we will be able to expand our service offer to other industries.”

Source: AxFlow Group

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