NOV Mono Extemds its German Partnership Network

21.11.2013

NOV Mono has entered into a new working partnership to expand the levels of support and service it delivers to water and wastewater customers in Germany. Under the new agreement, Würdig Pumpentechnik will provide sales and service support from its offices in Berlin, Potsdam and Fürstenwalde.

NOV Mono Extemds its German Partnership Network

NOV Mono has entered into a new working partnership with Würdig Pumpentechnik (Image: NOV Mono)

“Würdig Pumpentechnik covers various areas in Eastern and North Eastern Germany, such as Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Sachsen-Anhalt,” says Werner Potrafke who manages sales of Mono Universal Parts and Mono’s EZstrip products in Northern Germany.

“The company offers a range of services for the water and wastewater industry, from design and construction through to delivery and repair,” he adds. “Over the past 33 years the company has serviced more than 100,000 pumps and thereby gained an excellent reputation for reliability and service quality. Their knowledge of engineering, plant construction and pumps is first-class. This has led to them working with a wide range of water and wastewater customers, in both the public and private sectors, so they are an excellent fit for the Mono™ range of products and services.”

“This new relationship with Mono will allow us to improve the support we offer to our customers through things such as our 24-hour emergency service,” adds Würdig Pumpentechnik’s owner, Dipl.-Ing Uwe Worthy. “Mono customers now have more dedicated and easily accessible support than before, so the new partnership will bring benefits to everyone involved.”

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