NLB pump maker opens European facility

January 10, 2023

NLB Corp has opened a dedicated UK facility to serve its European water jetting equipment customer base (Courtesy NLB Corp)
NLB Corp has opened a dedicated UK facility to serve its European water jetting equipment customer base (Courtesy NLB Corp)

NLB Corporation, headquartered in Wixom, Michigan, USA, has opened a dedicated facility in Darlington, County Durham, UK, in a move that will enable the company to better respond to European customer demand and offer in-person customer training.

The nearly 2,000 m2 location consists of workshop, office and yard space, and will house a range of pump units for sale or rent, an increased accessory inventory and spare parts, along with space to conduct demonstrations and training.

“This is a really exciting time for NLB in its international expansion plan,” stated David Beckington, VP of International Sales, “it reaffirms NLB’s commitment to supporting customers both new and old in the UK and across Europe.”

NLB offers water jetting pumps suited to atomisation systems. The pumps can integrate into the control centre using current systems, and are said to produce ideal particle sizes.

The service centre will also be the European hub for supporting NLB’s growing influence within the Aquaculture industry, where having on-hand inventory and specifically trained technicians is said to be vital in this time-critical market.

Since 1971, NLB has been a player in the growth and diversification of the water jet industry. The company offers both water jetting pumps & units, as well as brand-agnostic accessories. In 2021, the company opened an expanded, full-service location to house its headquarters in response to company growth.

NLB Corp has opened a dedicated UK facility to serve its European water jetting equipment customer base (Courtesy NLB Corp)

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