Godwin Pumps Opens California Rental Branch

22.01.2002

BRIDGEPORT, NJ – Godwin Pumps, the largest manufacturer of portable rental pumps with 15 U.S. rental branch offices and over 100 distributor locations worldwide, recently opened its first California rental branch in Corona at 1215 Graphite Drive, approximately a half mile north of the intersection of Ontario and California, just west of Interstate 15.

With the opening of the California office, we truly are committed to servicing customers coast to coast no matter what the challenge,” said John Michael Paz, president, Godwin Pumps. “Our expansion west enables us to address growing customer and distributor needs more quickly and efficiently. Specifically, the new facility allows us to offer more inventory and more delivery vehicles to provide better than ever service.”

Located on nearly 2 acres, the new Godwin Pumps facility includes an equipment yard, service shop, parts inventory, and offices for employees serving Los Angeles and the southern California market. The company provides rental, sales and service of automatic self priming Dri-Prime pumps for any type and size fluid handling application.

Godwin Pumps, well known for its unsurpassed customer service, specializes in the Dri-Prime Pump, a totally automatic self-priming centrifugal pumpset available in sizes 2 inches to 16 inches.

The Dri-Prime is capable of handling industrial sludges, oil, sewage, storm water, mine dewatering and many other pumping needs.

To introduce its services and facility to potential new customers, Godwin Pumps is offering a site tour and equipment demos. To schedule an appointment, call the California rental branch at 909-278-3636.

For additional information on the Godwin Pumps rental fleet of over 2,500 pumps plus related accessories and equipment, visit the new Godwin Pumps web site at

Source: Xylem Inc.

More articles on this topic

Post-Brexit Standards and Directives for Pumps

23.02.2024 -

Wayne Rose, CEO of the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) shares some thoughts on the shifting legislative landscape impacting the pump sector in the aftermath of Brexit, highlighting some of the efforts undertaken by his organisation (and others) in ensuring a fair and equitable approach is adopted across the board.

Read more

BPMA Observes Department of Business and Trade’s Extension of CE Marking Recognition

19.02.2024 -

The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) has taken note of the announcement by Minister Hollinrake regarding the extension of CE marking recognition in the UK market. This significant development, following the Department of Business and Trade’s August 2023 declaration of continued recognition for certain product regulations, prompts reflection and analysis from the BPMA on its implications for the pump sector.

Read more

Smart Platforms Enabling Faster Leak Detection

15.02.2024 -

Using cloud-based platforms for more efficient leak detection will be the subject of an Ovarro presentation at the Philippine Association of Water Districts (PAWD) annual convention. Channel manager Craig Abbott will highlight Ovarro cloud solutions that analyse network noise to provide actionable information for leakage reduction.

Read more

Gender Parity in Water Accelerated with UK-US Agreement

09.02.2024 -

British Water will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the WaterRising Institute of the USA at the trade association’s upcoming International Reception on Monday 19 February in London. The MoU is an agreement to partner on the WaterWoman Project, which aims to accelerate gender parity in water management, addressing the urgent need for a gender-inclusive, water-positive approach to solving the water crisis.

Read more