PumpMan Holdings LLC has acquired the assets of Brooklyn, New York-based Federal Pump.

Serving New York City’s five boroughs and parts of New York State for more than 90 years, Federal Pump manufactures pump systems and provides service & repair in the metro area.

PumpMan Holdings says that it is aiming to re-establish Federal Pump as a leading pump systems and service & repair company serving the commercial, industrial and municipal markets in the Tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut).

“This acquisition is an extremely important piece of growing PumpMan into a national service and repair business,” said Donald Devine, president and CEO of PumpMan Holdings. “With Alyan Pump in Philadelphia and the addition of Federal Pump in New York, PumpMan’s service and repair footprint now covers a large portion of the Northeast Corridor, allowing us to address our customers' needs quickly and efficiently.”

Under PumpMan Holdings ownership, Christopher Murtagh, president of Federal Pump, will serve in the same role and lead the new company.

“The acquisition of Federal Pump provides a wealth of growth and opportunity,” said Murtagh. “Federal Pump’s longstanding presence in the New York market opens the door for opportunity, backed by the resources of a nationwide pump system, service and repair company to help accelerate our growth.”

As part of PumpMan Holdings, the new company will operate under the Federal Pump brand.

PumpMan Holdings, a Soundcore Capital Partners LLC portfolio company, was formed in 2016 following the acquisition of Baldwin Park, California-based PumpMan Inc. Last year, PumpMan Holdings bought Bartley Pump, a Northern California-based pump service and repair company; WC Weil, a Pennsylvanian pump equipment and systems service provider for municipal water and waste water treatment systems; and Alyan Pump LLC, a provider of specialty packaged pump systems and submersible sump and sewage packages.