Pump industry experts return to celebrate growth in the sector

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The 2022 Pump Industry Awards returned following the postponement last year.
It was staged on 31 March at the Chesford Grange Hotel in Warwickshire, UK, and the event celebrated business and professional excellence right across the pump industry.
Hosted by ITV’s Andrea Byrne, the awards dinner reflected the huge enthusiasm for live ‘in-person’ events and provided a wonderful opportunity for pump people to reconnect.
Chris Powles, head of business development - services division, Sulzer, said: “Last Thursday’s event was excellent - our table consisted of a mixture of Sulzer staff and customers, all of which thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Here’s to next year.”
First time participant, Megan Brownsell, marketing communications manager, Atlas Copco Power Technique UK & Ireland, commented: “This was Atlas Copco Power Technique’s first time at the BPMA Pump Industry Awards, and we were lucky enough to be nominated for both Manufacturer of the year and Supplier of the Year.
“We were delighted to have been nominated for not just one, but two awards, and although we didn’t win, we enjoyed a wonderful evening surrounded by other professionals within the industry.”
That sentiment was further echoed by Ann Boardman, head of marketing and product management at Saniflo who said: “As a relatively new member, Saniflo were delighted to be one of the sponsors of the BPMA Pump Industry Awards this year. It is important to recognise the essential work and product development within the industry and to celebrate its successes. It was a wonderfully entertaining evening, and we look forward to future events.”
Event director, Andrew Castle, said after the event: “Bringing the 2022 awards to market so soon after staging the postponed 2019 ceremony was no mean feat. But with the fantastic support of our sponsors, and the strong desire of entrants to have their efforts over the past two years recognised, the 21st outing of this BPMA initiative was one of the best yet.”

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