VSX goes to the United States

28.11.2000

The management of VSX, one of the leading manufacturers of pump selection software in Europe and Asia, has decided to expand its activities to the United States. One of the first steps will be the participation in the technical exhibition of the 18th International Pump User Symposium on March 5-8, 2001 in Houston, Texas.

The main topic at the booth of VSX will be the new pump selection system Spaix®. This software includes a complete range of applications for pump manufacturers, pump users, planers, plumbers ...

A special focus will point to the Internet pump selection system Spaix Online and the global and comprehensive search engine for centrifugal pumps spaix.net.

18th International Pump User Symposium
March 5-8, 2001
George R. Brown Convention Center - Houston, Texas
Booths 155/254

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