BPMA Membership Continues to Grow

The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA), which represents the business interests of UK and Irish suppliers of liquid pumps and pump related equipment, has welcomed yet another two companies into membership.
BPMA Membership Continues to Grow

Steve Smith, Operations Manager (Image source: British Pump Manufacturers Association Ltd)

The latest company signing up to enjoy the many benefits afforded to members is Manchester based, CEMB Hofmann UK. This ISO9001:2015 accredited balancing technology specialist manufactures a wide range of dynamic balancing machines. As well as supplying new machinery, the company can also carry out balancing machine upgrades, plus a wide range of calibration and site services for a wide range of balancing and vibration monitoring applications.

Commenting on its membership, Director, Rob Jeffery said: “Having been a member of the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) for a number of years and seen our engagement within the motor repair and rewind sector grow very nicely, we are pleased to be adding BPMA membership to our business profile and look forward and further developing our relationship with the pump sector as a result.”

With representation covering the entire island of Ireland, as well as mainland UK, the BPMA is delighted to also have Dublin based Super Drain Ltd join its growing complement of members. As specialises in installing and maintaining pumps, oil interceptors and below ground drainage systems throughout the Republic of Ireland, this company is looking forward to drawing on the wealth of technical, environmental, and legislative knowledge available through its membership.

In welcoming these two companies into the fold, Steve Smith, Assistant Director and Operations Manager at the BPMA said: “Despite the commercial challenges we have all endured throughout the past eighteen months or so, it’s pleasing to know that our package of member benefits is still being valued by so many pump related businesses.”

He added: “We are delighted to have both CEMB Hofmann and Super Drain join us, and we look forward to providing them with all the support and information that we have at our disposal.”

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