22 Apr Johnson Controls acquires Powertec Pumps Ltd in fire suppression move
Leading fire equipment manufacturer Johnson Controls has announced its acquisition of Powertec Pumps Ltd, a provider of pump related services in England.
Experts in the maintenance and servicing of both on-site and off-site pumping operations, Powertec Pumps Ltd’s specialist workforce create pumps including; fire sprinkler pump systems, pump stations, clean water booster pump systems, process pump systems, rainwater harvesting, flood relief, and borehole pumps.
By acquiring Powertec Pumps Ltd, a company known for its speed of service and 24-hour call-out provision, Johnson Controls intends to better serve customers in the fire suppression sector.
Alongside anticipated increased service agility, Johnson Controls’ integration of Powertec Pumps Ltd is expected to provide customers with additional pump services. Having worked with the company previously, Johnson Controls is to integrate Powertec Pumps Ltd into its fire suppression and wider pumps operation.
Sarah Dixon, UK&I General Manager of Fire Suppression at Johnson Controls, said: “We are excited to announce that we have completed the acquisition of Powertec Pumps Ltd.
“Powertec Pumps Ltd is one the country’s leading providers of pump-related servicing and maintenance, with a well-deserved reputation for the highest level of customer care and technical expertise. We’re looking forward to working with Powertec Pumps Ltd’s talented team while broadening our involvement in the wider pumps segment.”
David Newman, Managing Director at Powertec Pumps Ltd, said: “We’re delighted to be joining the Johnson Controls family, over the past 15 years we’ve established a strong working relationship with the team.
“We look forward to working with Sarah and the team to build our relationships, grow our customer portfolio and strengthen our service in the pumps field in the future.”