Newest Representative for West Virginia
The history of Precision Pump & Valve is a significant part of who they are and what they strive to maintain. In its nearly 50 years of existence, PPVS has risen from the basement of Arthur C. “Harry” Kemerer, the company’s founder, to become an industry leader in providing Precision sales and repair service to industrial and municipal customers throughout West Virginia and portions of Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania.
Precision Pump & Valve built their business around machine shop services and pump and valve repair, and this focus on solving customers’ problems has remained their primary focus throughout their 40-plus year history. Early on Harry Kemerer instilled a relentless work ethic and commitment to the job that is still present today. His drive for Precision performance lives on through each and every employee, each of whom is proud to be part of the Precision family.
PPVS is a third-generation family-owned company with an extended family of over fifty employees. Through continued leadership and their employees’ unquestionable commitment to serving the customer, Precision Pump & Valve Service is truly focused on providing a solution to all of your flow control problems.
About Precision Pump Service, Inc.
In 1958 Precision Pump Service, Inc. was incorporated in the state of West Virginia. Literally starting out in the basement of the home of A.C. Kemerer, Precision was a part time venture, servicing small pumps for Union Carbide. PPVS is a third-generation family-owned company with an extended family of over fifty employees. They have a 25,000+ square foot facility in Cross Lanes, West Virginia and a 10,000 square foot facility in Marietta, Ohio.
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