Worldwide pump supplier Wanner International announced that it has achieved an average annual organic growth rate of 14%, over the past five years.
According to the company, this was driven by the realisable value that the Hydra-Cell® pump technology creates for customers, in addition to Wanner’s dedication to customer service.
Wanner’s Hydra-Cell seal-less diaphragm pumps are efficient, heavy-duty pumps used for the transfer of liquid, pressure injection, metering and dosing and spraying of a range of liquids, including chemicals and natural gas liquids.
They are also able to handle alkalis, polymers, resins, slurries, viscous liquids and more, with lower operating and maintenance costs than other pump technologies.
“The rate of sales growth reflects just how hard the team has worked to promote and support the advantages Hydra-Cell technology delivers to customers in our key markets,” said Paul Davis, managing director of Wanner. “As we look ahead, there are still big growth opportunities and market potential that we are continuing to pursue with many new projects gathering momentum. Key also to success is the team’s dedication to customer service coupled with the flexibility of design which enables world-class lead-times for pumps.
“The team at Wanner has a wealth of expertise and knowledge of pump processes and technology to provide exemplary customer service and technical support from selecting the right process pump for quotation and proposal, to manufacturing and order processing.
“We work with a diverse range of customers in industries that range from oil and gas to car wash, the variety of applications for our Hydra-Cell pumps consistently challenge the reliability and total cost of ownership of many other competing pump technologies. Our reliable network of Hydra-Cell specialists across Europe, India, Middle East. Russia, The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Africa means that we can offer extensive local service and support to our customers globally.”
Wanner’s recently launched Hydra-Cell T series range is able to handle pressures of up to 5,000 psi and flow rates of up to 359 litres per minute.
Davis concluded: “With a continued program of technology development and a focus on expanding customer accreditations, we’re on track for another promising year of growth and helping more customers improve their processes and reduce their energy usage.”