XPV Water Partners, a growth equity investor focused on making investments in companies related to the treatment and management of the world’s water resources, announced that it has invested in Holland Pump Company. The Company is a leading independent specialty pump rental and dewatering solutions provider in the United States.
Infrastructure renewal, continued industrial expansion, and the increasing occurrence of extreme weather events are all drivers of demand for specialty pump rentals.
Holland Pump Company manufactures, sells, rents, and services pumps and related equipment for infrastructure project dewatering, sewer by-pass, as well as a wide range of agricultural, mining, marine, and other industrial applications. The Company complements its pump rental fleet with outstanding service – from installation to ensuring its customers’ pumps are running – to live to its promise of helping its customers Finish Faster. Holland’s projects have been focused in the Southeast United States, with a deployed fleet of diverse specialty pumps and related equipment necessary to meet increasingly complex fluid handling challenges. In addition to best in class customer support, their rental equipment offers 24/7 monitoring, digital reporting and automatic remote or float start/stop needs which provide fast and effective solutions.
“XPV shares our vision for future growth and we’re excited to leverage their vast network of industry relationships”, said Win Blodgett., Holland Pump Company President. “After doing our due diligence with XPV, it became clear there was a good basis for a collaborative business proposition, and they were the right partner to help take us to the next level.”
“We were impressed with Holland Pump’s management team, staff and track-record of successful projects where product performance and customer service were critical” stated Sam Saintonge, Principal at XPV Water Partners. “We have a common vision to accelerate growth and share a passion for providing environmental solutions to benefit customers now, and in our future.”