Water firm goes global

LINK. AWMA has formed a strategic partnership with the global organisation, Ham Baker Group.

LINK. AWMA has formed a strategic partnership with the global organisation, Ham Baker Group.

A PROGRESSIVE Cohuna water control manufacturing firm has formed a strategic partnership with a global specialist water infrastructure firm.

AWMA is a leading Australian provider of innovative water control solutions.

It has formed a strategic partnership with the global organisation Ham Baker Group to deliver industry proven water and waste-water processing equipment.Cohuna-based AWMA Water Control Solutions will utilise existing in-house capabilities to locally manufacture an extended range of products for waste-water treatment plant inlet works including screens, screenings handling equipment and grit removal.

This strategic partnership will combine Ham Baker's 120 years' proven industry experience in water and waste water processing equipment, with AWMA's well respected local manufacture capability and customer focused solutions.

AWMA have been designing and manufacturing innovative water and waste-water control equipment for nearly 20 years. 

AWMA managing director, Brett Kelly believes the addition of process equipment enhances AWMA's existing products and services, as well as providing significant benefits to new and existing customers through single source procurement and reduced lead times.

He said that the unique approach to design is inclusive, ensuring sustainable solutions are developed in partnership with clients and key stakeholders, resulting in superior operational performance and reduced whole of life costs.

"There are various market and application synergies between AWMA's and Ham Baker's products that Australian customers will benefit from, including local design input and custom manufacture," he said.

AWMA launched its new process equipment division at Ozwater '17 in Sydney this week. Ozwater is the Australian Water Association's international water conference and trade exhibition and Australia's premier event on the water calendar.

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