The History Of National Pump Company

2019 Steve Anglin President

2015

Glendale, AZ branch installs a 20-inch test line to allow tesing of the h30 pump, delivering flows to 20,000 GPM.

2015

2014

NPC acquires Bayou City Pump, to expand capabilities and services into the Marine Market. NPC & ATP Lubbock, TX & Fresno, CA branches consolidate operations. Lubbock expands tube and shaft operations.

2014
2014-2018 Allen Hobratschk President

2013

NPC's vertical & submersible turbine pump bowl assemblies become certified to NSF/ANSI 61-G & NSF/ANSI 372 standards NPC acquires American Turbine Pump with locations in Lubbock, TX, Houston, TX and Fresno, CA.

NSF American Turbine

2012

NPC Glandale, AZ doubles facility size to accommodate growth in deep well and engineered market. MS Branch undergoes plant expansion and improvenents to meet growth requirments in agriculture and industrial markets.

2012

2011

NPC Glandale, AZ facility becomes ISO 9001 certified, and adds 4160V test capability. MS Branch undergoes office renovation.

Glendale

2010

NPC is acquired by The Gorman-Rupp Company to enter the Vertical Turbine Pump market.

Gorman Rupp

2008

NPC moves main office to a large 35,000 sq.ft. location in Glendale, AZ. A new test facility is built.

2008

2002

NPC acquires Golf Course Irrgation Services (GCIS), Oliver Branch, MS to enter into the golf course packaged pump station and industrial markets.

2002

2001

NPC acquires Georgia Pacific pump company, Vienna, GA to provide customers with 4" & jet pump water systems products.

1998

Roger & Allen purchase remaining shares from Powell Duffryn.

Roger & Allen

1994

NPC headquarters returns to Peoria, AZ. Roger Jeschke, President, develops limited partnership with Powell Duffryn. New branches open in FL, TX, CA, GA, Ms

1994
1994-2013 Roger Jeschke Owner/President

1989

NPC headquarters relocated to Atlanta, GA to best serve the industrial market. Allen H. becomes president of NPC.

1989-1994 Allen Hobratschk President

1982

NPC & Saudi National Pump (SNP) joint venture created to manufacture column pipe, tube & shaft and assembles vertical turbine pumps to sell to local agricultural markets. Joint Venture lasted until 1996. The operation (SMI) still exists and is a major supplier to NPC today.

1982
1982-1989 Dennis Willett President

1981

Peoria, AZ plant constructed and operated the first test facility, 4" & 12" test lines and up to 350 HP.

1981

1979

Powell Duffryn acquires NPC. Roger Jeschke joins NPC in Aug 1979. Allen Hobratschk joins in Jan 1980.

Powell Duffryn

1974

National Pump moves to Peoria, AZ Slim Oliver sells NPC to Irvin Spitler for existing assets and a Red Cadillac. Jerry Bennett becomes Exec. V.P.

1974
1974-1982 Irvin Spitler Owner/President

1969

Slim Oliver founds National Pump in Lubbock, TX. NPC purchases the original M8, M10, M12 & M14 pump designs.

1969 Slim Oliver
1969-1974 Slim Oliver Owner/President