Hach Acquires Marsh-McBirney


Hach Company is pleased to announce the acquisition of Marsh-McBirney and welcomes Marsh-McBirney to the Hach family of products. By combining both companies’ strengths with a shared commitment to accuracy, reliability and service, the new partnership will help further provide support of their leading edge products for the benefit of customers worldwide.

For more than 34 years, Marsh-McBirney has been highly regarded for its innovative, reliable and accurate flow measuring technologies. The Frederick, Maryland, based company’s Flo-Dar™ Flowmeter, winner of the prestigious 2005 Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation, is the first sewer flow monitoring technology that provides accurate velocity and flow measurements without making contact with sewage.

"Water monitoring and analysis is Hach's top focus. Marsh-McBirney brings strong technical capabilities, that, combined with Hach’s global reach and world-class manufacturing, distribution and customers service capabilities creates a unique position to best serve the growing demand for flow measurement products and technologies worldwide," said Tom Joyce, President of Hach.

"We are delighted about our partnering with Hach," said Marsh-McBirney CEO/President and Founder, Larry Marsh. "Our companies have a similar approach — success through a single-minded commitment to providing superior technologies and service. Combining our forces is an exceptional catalyst for the future growth of our technologies and business."

Hach Company provides advanced analytical systems and technical support for water quality testing, with solutions for lab, process, and field.

For over 34 years Marsh-McBirney has been the first choice for engineers and professionals in the water and wastewater flow measuring field. Innovation, reliability, and accuracy are the hallmark of all of our flow metering products. For more information on Marsh-McBirney, visit their website Marsch-McBirney

Source: Hach Company

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