CIRCOR Brand Warren Pumps Holds 125th Year Anniversary Event

CIRCOR International, Inc. joins their brand Warren Pumps in celebrating their 125th year anniversary. Warren Pumps invited esteemed guests and employees to their Warren, Massachusetts facility for a factory tour, classic car exhibition, and corn hole tournament to celebrate 125 years in the pump business.
CIRCOR Brand Warren Pumps Holds 125th Year Anniversary Event

US Congressman Richard Neal Chair of the House Ways and Means Committee. (Image source: CIRCOR International, Inc)

In addition to the employees, guests at the event included U.S. Representative Richard Neal of the Ways & Means committee, State Senator Anne Gobi, & State Representative Todd Smola. Warren also received a citation from the Governor of MA, Charlie Baker in honor of the achievement.

For 125 years, Warren Pumps has provided superior solutions for the U.S. Military, as well as for a wide variety of industrial and marine customers. The company was founded based on steam powered reciprocating pumps and still provides parts to this day. Today it specializes in highly engineered centrifugal pumps for submarines and surface vessels for the US Navy and twin-screw positive-displacement pumps for industry.

A CIRCOR brand, Warren Pumps has a long history of solving unique problems for their customers, applying years of expertise in design, manufacturing, packaging, testing and servicing of their products. Resourceful and focused, Warren engineers have met many challenges from the US Navy and have pioneered the application of CIRCOR’s twin-screw pump technology for pumping everything from asphalt to caulking compound. “Congratulations to the Warren team and their amazing history,” shared Tony Najjar, President and CEO CIRCOR International. “We are very proud to be associated with this team and the work they do supporting our Navy and Industry customers.”

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