The three new members who have recently joined the British Pump Manufacturers’ Association have helped to achieve the largest membership in the association’s history.
Regal Rexnord offers a wide-ranging product portfolio of expertly engineered components and systems, including couplings, bearings, motors, gears, and chain, with many historic brands making up this extensive product offering.
Founded in 2003, Lincoln Crankshaft & Machine manufactures precision heavy duty rotating parts, including industrial crankshafts and rotor shafts for mission critical applications in oil, gas, energy, transport, and industrial applications.
Kent-based Euroflo Fluid Handling has provided expert industrial drainage, dredging and sewage pump services throughout the UK & Ireland since 1996. The company’s submersible pumps can be used for clean or dirty water pumping projects and can be applied underwater and in various demanding environments, such as mines, quarries, and tunnels.
The association’s AGM will be held on November 10 this year at the Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe. Alongside an update on the 2022 world Pump Report from Oxford Economics and a presentation on the issues affecting industry post Brexit from BEIS, there will be a report on BPMA’s 2021/22 activities.
At the AGM, Richard Harden of Stuart Turner, the association’s current president, will be retiring after four years in the role, and Dale Croker of KSB will be appointed the new BPMA President.
For further information on any of the BPMA activities and initiatives, please visit the website www.bpma.org.uk or call Steve Smith on +44 (0) 121 601 6691.