Cloud Company completes Sellers acquisition integration
Mar 1, 2009 12:00 PM
Cloud Company, San Luis Obispo CA, has completed the transition stage and integration of all Sellers Cleaning Systems products into the Cloud manufacturing operations in San Luis Obispo, according to Cloud information.
“Cloud/Sellers looks forward to servicing our customers' needs in 2009 and for many years to come,” says Mike Kemp, product and marketing manager. “We also want to thank our customers for their support and understanding during the transition period.”
The Cloud sales team will be managed by Kemp and Lee LaFond, regional sales manager, offering a combined 70 years of industry and application expertise.
Cloud acquired Sellers from Crane Pumps & Systems in May 2008 and now produces 100% of the combined Cloud and Sellers product offerings in-house. The company will retain both the Cloud and Sellers products and brand names, and will market the entire product offerings worldwide through a network of direct sales staff and worldwide distribution channels.
Cloud was formed in 1951, and has been the sole designer and manufacturer of the Model II, IIB, III, 360, 363, Directional 180, 700 and 750 models. Sellers was founded in 1871 and has supplied the B Series of steam injectors for external wash down of plant equipment and larger capacity BX, and BZ jets to feed or provide cleaning solutions to their full range of impingement rotating cleaning devices.
Kemp noted that optional materials of construction also will be available in the near future.
In addition, the existing Cloud and Sellers Web sites have been combined at cloudinc.com and sellersclean.com. In the very near future, a new look will surface on the Web site to provide all literature, technical data, exploded views, operating instructions, product videos, and key maintenance videos on line.
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