Here we summarize the main pump-related Q1 2017 M&A deals, with links to the original stories on www.worldpumps.com:
• Sulzer closes Ensival Moret acquisition
Sulzer completed the acquisition of Ensival Moret (EM) from Moret Industries. The business will now be fully integrated into Sulzer’s Pumps Equipment division.
• Interpump acquires Spain’s Inoxpa Group
Italy’s Interpump Group bought the Inoxpa Group, the Spanish manufacturer of process equipment and flow handling systems for the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries.
• KSB divests US valve company
KSB sold its Houston, Texas-based KSB AMRI Inc subsidiary to Bray International Inc with effect from 31 January 2017.
• Anderson Process acquires Werner-Todd Pump Co
Anderson Process, a Wisconsin-based supplier of process equipment and services, acquired Werner-Todd Pump Co, a long-standing pump distributor and service provider in the Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky regions.
• Colfax to acquire Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment GmbH
Colfax Corp entered into a binding agreement to purchase Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment GmbH (STE) from Siemens AG in a €195 million deal.
• Suez and CDPQ to acquire GE Water in €3.2bn deal
French utility Suez and Canadian institutional investor Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) entered into a binding agreement to purchase GE Water & Process Technologies from General Electric Co for an enterprise value of €3.2 billion.
• Wilo acquires US pump companies Weil and Scot
Wilo USA LLC took over the operative business of US pump producers Weil Pump Co Inc and Scot Pump Co and the component manufacturer Karak Machine Corp. The three companies, which together employ around 140 people, have their headquarters and production facilities in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, USA.
• PumpMan Holdings acquires Alyan Pump
PumpMan Holdings LLC completed the acquisition of Alyan Pump LLC, a provider of specialty packaged pump systems and submersible sump and sewage packages.