Maag Industrial Pumps, part of Pump Solutions Group (PSG)

1809 Century Avenue SW
Grand Rapids, MI
US

Company Description:

Maag is part of Pump Solutions Group (PSG®) and is a world leader in manufacturing gear pumps, pelletizing and filtration systems for demanding applications in the plastics, chemical, petrochemical and food industries. Maag develops, manufactures and distributes innovative, customized solutions for complete pump and pelletizing systems — with the expertise based on long-term industrial tradition since 1910. Maag’s main facility is in Switzerland and has production sites and satellite offices in Germany, France, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, China, Brazil and the USA. Maag is a member of Dover Corporation’s Pump Solutions Group (PSG®), Additional information is available on the website www.maag.com.

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