Brammer awarded contract by Severn Trent Water to supply motors and gearboxes to 500 UK sites

Posted: Thursday 28th October 2010

Brammer, the UKs leading distributor of industrial, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, has been awarded a major contract by Severn Trent Water to supply electric motors and gearboxes for applications at more than 500 Severn Trent sites.

Brammer has supplied Severn Trent Water with a range of products and value-added services over many years. This latest contract comprises the supply, repair and maintenance of thousands of new motors and gearboxes for water treatment, pump repair and pumping stations across the UK.

Commenting on the new contract, Jeremy Salisbury of Brammer says: We are delighted to have secured this significant piece of business with Severn Trent Water. We believe this is based on our ability to source new units from the world's leading manufacturers and supply complementary services and technical expertise, locally, through Brammers specialist centres throughout the UK.

In today's increasingly competitive business environment, major clients look for MRO distributors who can not only supply products but also add value at every turn. For this contract, Brammer can supply innovative products at competitive prices, provide an excellent local service to support production operations, and offer expertise and experience to help save energy and reduce costs on an ongoing basis.

Brammer works consistently with its customers across a number of areas helping them improve their operational processes to reduce costs particularly in areas of reducing total acquisition costs and working capital and the company helps them improve their production output and efficiency.

Severn Trent Water, voted 2009 Utility Company of the Year, serves more than 3.7m homes and business customers in England and Wales. Its region stretches from mid-Wales to Rutland and from the Bristol Channel to the Humber. The company delivers almost two billion litres of water every day through 46,000km of pipes. A further 54,000km of sewer pipes take waste water away to more than 1,000 sewage treatment works. Severn Trent Waters customer bills are the lowest in the country an average of just 83p per person, per day.

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