Kennesaw, Georgia – Unibloc Pump, a global provider of sanitary flow control solutions, announced January 5 that it has acquired Standard Pump, a manufacturer of sanitary and industrial process pumps. This acquisition will further Unibloc’s expansion of its healthy flow control brands.
Standard Pump has been manufacturing drum pumps and other fluid handling equipment for 30 years. The company serves a variety of industries, including food, beverage, chemical, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and other diversified industries.
“We are delighted to welcome Standard Pump to the Unibloc Pump family of companies,” said Chris Stevens, CEO of Unibloc. He added, “Standard Pump’s precision-engineered drum pumps, and hygienic pump packages, make Unibloc accelerate its growth. Additionally, Standard Pump’s in-house manufacturing strengths and robust distribution network will provide new opportunities to increase sales across all of its flow control brands under the banner. Unibloc Pump”.
The standard pump currently boasts an area of 21,000 square feet. A facility that allows engineering, manufacturing, testing, shipping and receiving. Chris Murphy, Director of Operations for Standard Pump, and James Murphy, Director of Sales for Standard Pump, will partner with the Unibloc leadership team to provide commercial support.
Chris Murphy said: “As a long-time supplier of Unibloc Pump, we couldn’t be happier to merge with Unibloc Pump. We’ve known and respected the company for years and have a great relationship with their team. Additionally, our skilled employees bring in many strengths that will complement our product lines. and customer services provided by Unibloc”.
Now May River Capital, the acquisition follows Unibloc Pump’s September 2021 acquisition of UK-based Flotronic Pumps, which specializes in hygienic, air-powered and double-diaphragm pumps.
“The addition of Standard Pump significantly expands Unibloc’s capabilities, product line offerings, and access to attractive channel partner relationships. It is a great fit for Unibloc across all categories,” said Pat St. John, Director of May River Capital.
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