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Armstrong Fluid Technology receives Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award

Armstrong Fluid Technology has been selected as a winner of the prestigious 2016 Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award that recognizes companies around the world for superior leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development.  Armstrong received special recognition for its “Global Intelligent Fluid-Flow Equipment Product Line Strategy Leadership.

Frost & Sullivan’s industry analyst team benchmarks market participants and measures their performance through independent, primary interviews and secondary industry research to evaluate and identify best practices. The Award’s intent is to help drive innovation, excellence, and a positive change in the global economy by recognizing best-in-class products, companies, and individuals.

In honoring Armstrong for its Design Technology Product Line Strategy Leadership, Frost & Sullivan stated, “An organization must be best-in-class in three key areas: understanding demand, nurturing the brand, and differentiating from the competition. The Design Envelope 4300 Series Pumps reflect the company’s innovative resourcefulness in developing comprehensive solutions that guarantee superior energy performance, significantly reduce costs, and use up to 60% less floor space compared to competitors’ pump configurations.”

“We are very honored to win this prestigious Best Practices Award and to have our Design Envelope technology recognized for its exceptional Product Line Leadership,” said Lex van der Weerd, Armstrong CEO.  “The Design Envelope 4300 Pump delivers unparalleled features and benefits, including the lowest operating risk, operating costs, and installed costs compared to other pump manufacturers.”

The Award will be presented to Armstrong at the “2016 Growth, Innovation & Leadership Awards Gala”on September 13 in Santa Clara, California.