Thompson Pump Moves into New Myrtle Beach Facility
Thompson Pump & Manufacturing Co., Inc. of Port Orange, Fla. announced the recent move of their Myrtle Beach branch operation to a larger facility at 609 Seaboard Avenue. The new facility with over 8,900 total sq ft will better accommodate the company’s growing customer needs for rentals, sales, parts and service.
The Myrtle Beach branch office, one of 19 Thompson Pump branches nationwide, covers all of Horry, Georgetown, Dillon, Marion, and Florence Counties.
Under the direction of Operations Manager Toddy Massey, and Salesman Larry Watson, the branch provides a full line of Thompson Pump products for sale and rental and the expertise to provide solutions for the toughest dewatering, bypass and special pumping applications.
Thompson Pump will host an open house celebration on Friday, June 22. Customers will receive a free lunch, facility tours, and the opportunity to win prizes. In addition, Mandy of the Thompson Pump Blue Crew will make an appearance signing calendars. Corporate staff will provide insight into unusual and unique applications, new products, sewer bypass and field preventive maintenance and service.
“This move is welcomed by our staff as they continue to face increasing rental and sales demands,” said Tim Creech, Thompson Pump Southeast regional manager. “The new location provides room for increased growth and will enable us to service an expanded customer base.”
Thompson Pump develops high quality engine-powered portable pumps, ranging in size from 2 to 18-in., for use in varied applications in the areas of public works, municipalities, construction, agriculture, dewatering, mining, sewer/lift stations, and water/waste water. The company sells and rents their entire line of dewatering pumps including wet and dry prime trash pumps, sound attenuated models, diaphragm pumps, hydraulic submersible pumps, high pressure pumps and wellpoint pumps, as well as bypass systems, wellpoint systems and a complete line of pumping accessories.