Holland Pump Co. has completed the acquisition of Complete Dewatering Pumps & Wellpoints (CDPW), based in Edgewater, Florida.


This marks the second acquisition since partnering with XPV Water Partners and adds to Holland Pump’s extensive wellpoint pump fleet and dewatering services offering. The addition of CDPW also increases Holland Pump’s engineering capabilities to service municipal and commercial projects across the Southeast and Gulf regions.


“This acquisition is aligned with our continued commitment to deliver best-in-class customer service experience through our pump fleet, field and engineering support, while increasing our wellpoint solutions and engineering capabilities which will enable us to continue delivering on our Finish Faster promise,” said Win Blodgett, Holland Pump Co. president.


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CDPW was established in 1923 and is a leading full-service dewatering and pump rental provider for a broad range of municipal and commercial applications. With 97 years of reliably serving customers across the Southeast, CDPW continues to provide innovative solutions and equipment to solve some of the most difficult site conditions and dewatering challenges.


“We are excited to join the growing Holland Pump family, and we look forward to benefiting from the combined experience, capabilities and resources,” said Amy and Jason Fletcher, presidents of CDPW. “This transaction will enable us to expand our service offering, while continuing to deliver best-in-class wellpoint installation, rental and services to help our customers maximize productivity and efficiency.”


The addition of CDPW complements Holland Pump’s capabilities and enhances its wellpoint service offering. The acquisition also adds a 39,000-sq-ft manufacturing facility to further expand Holland Pump’s engineering capabilities while adding an additional service location in the Southeast market.


“We are very pleased to welcome the knowledgeable and experienced team at CDPW to the Holland Pump family,” said Sam Saintonge, board member and partner at XPV Water Partners.


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