EBARA Corporation is excited to announce it has consolidated its Ebara International Corporation- Fluid Handling and Custom Pump Divisions into a new independent company, EBARA Pumps Americas Corporation, effective April 1, 2018.
EBARA Pumps Americas Corporation will continue to provide engineered pumps, pump products and related services for the industrial, building services and municipal markets, and will begin offering locally supported custom pump products from its Rock Hill, SC headquarters.
“With this new company, we are expanding our presence in the North American pump market,” said Osamu Fusaka, President, Ebara Pumps Americas Corporation “In addition to the support we already offer for standard pumps, we will now have local engineering design and support for Ebara Corporation custom pumps.
“This action exemplifies the EBARA Corporation ethos of ‘Ahead, Beyond,’” added Fusaka. “We continue creating products that go beyond the expectations of our customers while looking firmly forward to the opportunities of the future.”
EBARA Pumps Americas Corporation will also be expanding the size of its standard pump distribution center in Sparks, NV. The move allows the company’s Standard Pump Division to further its growth, while continuing to offer reliable application expertise and responsive support including aftermarket replacement parts services.
The Custom Pump Division represents EBARA Corporation’s centrifugal pump products for North, Central, and South America as well as the nations of the Caribbean. Product applications include municipal, power generation, oil and gas and related industries such as chemical, petrochemical, fertilizer, and other process oriented industries.
Founded in 1912, EBARA Corporation is recognized as a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of industrial machinery with a predominant focus on the production of pumps and pumping equipment. With over 15,000 employees worldwide, EBARA Corporation operates 96 subsidiaries and 8 affiliate companies in 28 countries generating in excess of $4 billion USD in revenue. Operating in three principal business groups: Fluid Machinery and Systems, Environmental Engineering and Precision Machinery, Ebara also supports the design and manufacture of chillers, compressors, incinerators, and semiconductor equipment.