The company is attending the Telford Pump Centre Conference and Exhibition in the UK to meet new and existing clients as well as showcasing its latest product range.
“Our heritage for manufacturing in Britain, as well as listening carefully to customers, is a vital part of our approach to meeting their needs. Once we understand their challenges and priorities we can set about coming up with the best solution,” said Martin Bagg, head of SPP’s Water Division.
“Pumps used in the water industry need to be capable of running efficiently and reliably, 24/7, and by taking all factors into account we can make sure they perform as they should.”
SPP will be running a breakout session on pump maintenance in the water industry at the event which takes place on May 14.
It will give advice on issues such as minimizing downtime, maximizing efficiency, driving down maintenance costs and formalizing framework agreements.
The company’s stand will also feature SPP’s Lowest Lifecycle Cost pumps and test equipment for assessing energy efficiency with advice on servicing and maintenance.