The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) is celebrating record membership numbers with its latest recruitments.
The organisation which represents the business interests of UK and Irish suppliers of liquid pumps and related pumping equipment now boasts a total of 98 companies within its ranks.
Its most recent recruits are Polymeric Material Failure Consultants (PMFC), Megator and M.J.B Engineering Precision.
BPMA director and chief executive Steve Schofield commented: “I am delighted to welcome each of these businesses into our association and provide them with all the support services at our disposal.
“To reach a complement of 98 members is really quite something, and testament to the work we undertake on behalf of our members and the wider pump industry, but I now very much look forward to announcing the fantastic milestone of 100BPMA members before too long.”
PMFC is an independent failure investigation service that combines material identification and component damage characterisation to provide root cause failure analysis service.
Megator was founded in 1946 by F.W. McCombie in order to develop and market his own invention, the sliding shoe positive displacement pump. It provides pollution control solutions for harsh environments, including marine, mining and general industry.
M.J.B Engineering Precision Ltd was founded in 1987 as a sub-contract engineering company manufacturing precision parts for the engineering, packaging, printing & food processing industries.