Although Werner Pumps began off as a small household business, focusing on steady enchancment and the local manufacture of all its parts and cargo our bodies has enabled the corporate to grow into a significant drive inside the water recycling and high-pressure jetting sectors.
Founded by German-born Norbert Werner in 1988, Werner Pumps has grown to turn into a leader in its field, offering a comprehensive vary, 2.2 kW Electric skid items to 12-cylinder diesel powered models (mounted both on trailers or trucks).
Over the previous few years, since 2009, when Norbert handed over day-to-day operations to his son, Sebastian, the corporate has enjoyed a period of fast growth and expansion.
Managing Director Sebastian Werner attributes this to the continuous enchancment mindset at the firm, which implies they are at all times in search of ways to optimise and broaden the business, and discover new markets to service. Within his first few years on the helm, Werner Pumps noticed a 200% enhance in gross sales and has enjoyed year-on-year development since, even in the face of COVID-19. It has added the Indlovu Vacuum Unit, Impi Combination / Jetvac Units and Amanzi Recycling Units to its vary of truck-mounted options.
Werner has injected fresh vitality and focus into the enterprise, with spectacular results. He realised that native manufacturing was a novel selling level for the corporate and has centered on guaranteeing that each one elements and load our bodies are now 100% manufactured in South Africa, contributing to financial development and creating employment alternatives.
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“We do every thing we are in a position to in-house and have been constructing these capabilities over the previous few years, adding extra house in our workshop, investing in CNC equipment, building a portray spray booth, growing a fleet of service and restore autos, upskilling our in-house auto electricians and growing hydraulics and design skills in our staff, and even creating our own small aluminium recycling system,” he says. Werner Pumps owns a 6 000m² premises situated in the industrial websites of New Era Springs (50km east of Johannesburg), which homes its workshop, workplace and shops.
The firm was also one of the first within the trade to acquire an ISO9001 Certification, in October 2016. “We continually research and implement new methods as part of our ISO9001-2015 commonplace of organisation,” says Werner. “ diaphragm seal help us to analyse the surroundings and keep on prime of enterprise growth. We created the primary working African-built Amanzi Recycling Unit. We also expanded our offering to include a smaller fast response bakkie-mounted mixture unit, which may service purposes where a bigger truck mounted unit won’t match, such as shopping centres, hospitals and mines.”

Werner says one of many cornerstones for Werner Pumps’ success is its concentrate on buyer engagement and repair. This begins with understanding customer needs and challenges and going the extra mile to deal with these. For example, the company carries a complete accessories and spares line with the aim of being a one-stop shop for patrons.
Werner Pumps is also the sole accredited agent for HAAS Abwassertechnik in South Africa and presents the total catalogue of HAAS pipe stoppers, testing units for house connections, rehabilitation packers, lifting luggage, leak sealing baggage, sealing wedges, leak-sealing bandages and rubber-moulded components.
In the past few years, Werner Pumps has begun providing versatile financing options, and increasing its sights to different international locations within the African continent. “We’re working on increasing into the African market, where earlier than, only used units had been deemed reasonably priced,” says Werner. “We can now offer South African built items at nice competitive prices.”