Godwin Pumps recently hosted a group of professionals from several Central Asian countries, participating in the Special American Business Internship Training (SABIT) program.
“This is the third time Godwin has hosted a group from the
former Soviet Union," says Per Ohstrom, vice
president of marketing. “We continue to form business relationships with
countries in the region.”
The municipal water-infrastructure program seeks to build
partnerships and provide technical assistance by training executives from the
Eurasian water resource management industry. The 18 delegates, selected by the
U.S. Department of Commerce, spent one month in the United States, and traveled to
various cities' wastewater facilities and equipment manufacturers.
Participants heard presentations about the Godwin
Dri-Prime pumps, as well as the Flygt range of submersible pumps, mixers and
other products for municipal water and wastewater. There also was a field visit
to a sewer bypass pumping application.