Sponsored by WEG, the three-day event will be held at the De Vere Beaumont Estate near Windsor in Berkshire.
In support of the current EU legislative agenda, as well as several broader topic areas of real importance to the international pump sector, the BPMA, on behalf of Europump, says it looks forward to presenting a comprehensive business agenda and an equally engaging social programme.
Wayne Rose, CEO of the BPMA, said: “Home to the recently crowned King Charles and Queen Camilla, Windsor provides a breathtaking backdrop to this important gathering for the European pump industry, and the impressive Beaumont Estate offers an unrivalled environment for both business and social interaction. On behalf of the BPMA, and all its members, I look forward to welcoming our international pump colleagues to the event in May 2024.”
As with previous annual meetings, there will be sessions dedicated to the activities of the various Europump working groups – Technical, Standards, Marketing and SME. A number of invited speakers will also share their thoughts and expertise on a range of topical issues including digitisation and AI, sustainability, the post Brexit political landscape and the world pump market.
The event is open to all members of Europump, as well as those of its respective National Associations, and with an extensive programme of talks, presentations, and social gatherings, it provides a unique opportunity for senior executives from across the European pump sector to come together and develop their thinking and future goals.
Full details on the event, including further information on the venue, its location and travel arrangements, can be found on the dedicated website. An ‘Early Bird’ discount structure is available.