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We’ll keep the water flowing: pump maker’s video message to southern Africa

Home Engineering Pumps, Valves, Hydraulics, Pneumatics We'll keep the water flowing: pump maker’s video message to southern Africa

MILLIONS of people throughout southern Africa who rely on KSB pumps for their everyday water and sanitation, electricity, agriculture and industrial requirements can remain safe in the knowledge that the pump manufacturer is fully supporting its products through the COVID-19 pandemic.

That’s according to Managing Director Peter Weber, who said KSB Pumps and Valves in South Africa had worked “tirelessly through trying times” to service the needs of branches and customers throughout the region.

The company even made special arrangements to manufacture essential equipment, travel and supply services during the toughest Level 5 lockdown level in South Africa.

The extent of these efforts has now been shared in a video message, which details some of the lengths the company has gone to “keep the lights on and water flowing”.

Weber said the video was also intended as as a warm message from the company while its sales and after sales staff are unable to travel across borders.

Click here to see the video: https://youtu.be/Bb_kQaCPbQM

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