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Cleveland Brothers Adds Godwin Pumps to Its Lineup

Wed December 03, 2003 - Northeast Edition
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Cleveland Brothers has announced the addition of Godwin pumps to its existing product line.

Two models of Godwin pumps immediately available are the CD100 4 in. and CD150M 6 in.. Both pumps operate using Caterpillar engines.

“The addition of the Godwin pumps was a natural fit. We are able to meet our customers’ needs for pumping power on their job sites,” said Jeff Lauver, Cleveland Brothers Engine Division general manager.

Customers will be able to use Godwin pumps in a variety of applications including: sewer rehabilitation projects, dewatering quarries, road projects and cleanup of job-site flooding.

Godwin Pumps America was founded in 1976 using the Dri-Prime pump design of Godwin Pumps Ltd., which has been manufacturing pumps in Great Britain since the 19th century.

Godwin Pumps America acquired Godwin Pumps Ltd. in 2001 making it one of the leading names in portable pump sales and rentals.

The Dri-Prime design is an automatically self-priming pump that can run dry for an indefinite period of time.

Cleveland Brothers is central and northeastern Pennsylvania’s full-service distributor of Caterpillar equipment and engines. In addition, Cleveland Brothers is the distributor of JLG personnel lifts; Mauldin paving equipment; Nordberg crushing and screening equipment; NPK hammers; Topcon guidance systems; and Trail King trailers.

For more information, call 800/482-2378 or visit www.clevelandbrothers.com.