Mixer manufacturer doubles operations capacity

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PALMYRA, PA, June 3, 2010 -- As part of a global expansion initiative designed to improve delivery of its process mixing technology and expertise to customers, Philadelphia Mixing Solutions Ltd. (PMSL), has doubled the capacity of its operations department. This addition increases the company's assembly operations and its inspection and repair capabilities, both part of its Engineering and Technology headquarters in Palmyra, Pa. This facility services the entire PMSL family of companies including UK-based Mixing Solutions Ltd. (MSL) and Latin America-based Philadelphia Mixing Solutions, Ltd. S.A.

As the economy begins to improve, the demand for full-scale mixer repairs is at an all-time high. This facility expansion ensures that PMSL can continue to service any mixer, regardless of its manufacturer with the industry's fastest turnaround times and continue to fulfill Drive Exchange orders on all brands within 24 hours.

This facility expansion is the first in a series of initiatives that Philadelphia Mixing Solutions will complete over the next three months during its "Closer to our Customers" campaign.

"For more than 60 years, PMSL has invested in people and capital improvements that allow us to be closer and more accessible to our customers," said Lawrence K. Heck, president and CEO of Philadelphia Mixing Solutions. "We are a true technology partner because we help organizations improve their processes and operate more efficiently."

About Philadelphia Mixing Solutions Ltd.
With a full range of globally-proven products, services, and the world's largest test lab facility, the Philadelphia Mixing Solutions Ltd. (Palmyra, PA, USA) family of companies is one of the world's most experienced fluid mixing equipment and process optimization experts for chemical processing, biological and industrial wastewater treatment, tank storage, mineral processing, flue-gas desulphurization (FGD), water treatment and other fluid mixing applications. For access to product information and a complete library of technical information, or to chat with a live representative, visit www.philamixers.com.

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