“The wheels won’t stop spinning for several months, and even then only for a short while,” said Steve Goble, Grundfos marketing director. “The truck and trailer were built to be seen and experienced. The MEC is more than a mobile display; it’s a hands-on laboratory and demo tool like nothing else in the industry today.”
The MEC made a stop in Allentown, Pa., when Grundfos held a grand opening of its substantially enlarged training and fabrication facility there. During the day, manufacturer rep, OEM partner, commercial engineering, contractor, and wholesale distributor visitors toured through and experienced the new mobile product laboratory with a wide variety of working pump displays.
“I was very impressed with the display and had a chance to see several pumps perform in a way I’d never experienced before,” said Mark Odell, vice president of sales and marketing for Alternative Fuel Boilers in Dunkirk, N.Y. “It’s a fully-equipped test, performance, and educational facility all in one.”
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