BPMA pumps up the membership with four new company recruits
19 May 2021
British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) membership has continued to grow despite a year of economic difficulties for the sector.
BPMA assistant director and operations manager Steve Smith announced the addition of four new members, representing well established pump firms throughout the UK.
“We are delighted that these companies have identified the value of membership and look forward to providing each of them with all the support and encouragement at our disposal,” he commented.
The recruits include Leicester’s NT Cloke Pumps & Water, specialists in the installation, service repair and maintenance of booster sets, pressurisation systems, tanks and vessels.
Managing director Nicholas Cloke said: “We are proud to be joining such a highly regarded organisation as the BPMA, which further supports and underpins our goal of providing expert pumping solutions.”
Michael Smith Engineers, active in the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and process sectors, is the second newcomer. Founded in 1971 it is Woking-based with a satellite office in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire.
Also joining is Aberdeen firm Combined Pumps, which boasts an ISO 9001-accredited facility in the Scottish city.
The final company is Impact Pumps of Oxford.Together with its sister company, Thermofluidics Ltd, it has designed and developed a portfolio of technologies and water pumping solutions operating globally.
The BPMA’s Smith remarked: “Despite the commercial challenges brought about by the pandemic, it’s gratifying to know that our package of member benefits is still being well received by both existing and new members alike.”