Another Three New Additions to BPMA Membership
The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) – the organisation which represents the business interests of UK and Irish suppliers of liquid pumps and related pumping equipment across the domestic and international arena – has increased its membership to a record number of 91 companies.
The most recent company to recognise the benefits of membership is Essex based Pump & Motors UK Ltd. Founded in 1979, the business has developed an extensive knowledge of the building services industry and has progressed into an industry-leading company in that sector over recent years. As a service and maintenance provider, it always strives to offer value for money, and is fully aware of the importance of keeping buildings both comfortable and fully operational. The company maintains the pump systems within many key buildings and leisure centres across London and the South East, to ensure each facility is running at optimum levels. Further information can be found on the company website - www.pumpsmotors.co.uk.
Pressboost Ltd, a specialist pressurisation and boosted water services company has also recognised the benefits available to BPMA members. Headquartered in Prestwich, Manchester, but with nationwide coverage through a team of highly qualified mobile engineers, the business specialises in the service and maintenance of Cold Water Booster Sets, Pressurisation Units, RPZ Valves (Backflow Prevention Devices) and all makes and types of Pressure Vessels. In a highly competitive, price driven business environment, Pressboost prides itself on fast, efficient customer service and technical excellence. Further information can be found on the company website - www.pressboost.co.uk.
The third organisation to engage with the BPMA is the Heating & Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC), which has agreed a reciprocal membership agreement. Based in Kenilworth, Warwickshire the HHIC (www.hhic.org.uk/) is the industry voice for the UK domestic heating and hot water industry. It operates 16 working groups collectively covering the full spectrum of technical and commercial influences affecting this important aspect of the energy industry. It forms a key part of the Energy & Utilities Alliance (EUA) a not-for-profit trade association that provides a leading industry voice to help shape the future policy direction within the energy sector (www.eua.org.uk/).
Commenting on these latest additions to the membership list, Steve Schofield, Director and Chief Executive of the BPMA commented, “I am thrilled to welcome these three new members and afford them all of the support services at our disposal. Their respective service offerings, interlink nicely with that of other members, and we look forward to a developing strong and mutually rewarding relationships with each of them over the coming months."
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