Seepex Continued Along its Path of Success in 2020

Contrary to the general market trend, Seepex GmbH in Bottrop was able to record a positive development in its business despite 2020 being the year of the pandemic. Both order intake and earnings increased compared to the 2019 financial year.
Seepex Continued Along its Path of Success in 2020

SEEPEX has had a positive year. Left to right: Ulli Seeberger (Chairman), Alexander Kuppe, Dr. Bernd Groß, Dr. Christian Hansen. (Image source: SEEPEX GmbH)

On the whole, Seepex can look back on a year in which they successfully managed the crisis: Comprehensive preventive measures were taken at the very beginning of the pandemic. This meant that the specialist for progressive cavity pumps, pump systems and digital solutions was able to stay fully operational throughout the year.

"We are very satisfied with the last financial year," explains Ulli Seeberger, company owner and Chairman of Seepex. "I would like to express my gratitude to the more than 800 employees worldwide, who have contributed significantly to the success of the business as a result of their responsibility and dedication throughout the year."

New products were also launched on the market as planned. One of these included the SCT AutoAdjust, which was launched successfully onto the market. SCT AutoAdjust is the world's first progressive cavity pump that adjusts itself completely automatically to the optimal operating point. It is the bridge between analog pumps and digital solutions. "This success has strengthened our resolve to consistently focus on customer needs. Advancing digital products also plays an important role within this context," adds Alexander Kuppe, Managing Director and Head of Sales and Customer Service at Seepex.

SEEPEX is entering the new 2021 financial year with a high degree of confidence and will continue to follow the successful course of the past few years with further innovations.

Source: Seepex GmbH

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