Moyno, Inc. announced May 22 that National Oilwell Varco (NOV) completed the acquisition of Robbins & Myers. Robbins & Myers industrial products will now be offered under the Houston-based NOV Mono division of National Oilwell Varco.
The new NOV Mono is now the world’s largest designer and manufacturer of progressing cavity pumps, according to a company statement. The company also designs and manufactures associated industrial products including grinders, screens, mixers, parts and packaged solutions. These product solutions have a variety of applications in water and wastewater, pulp and paper, specialty chemicals, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, mining and mineral processing, oil and gas, energy, solar and agricultural.
“The combination of these businesses creates a platform for significant growth,” said NOV Mono Senior Vice President Santosh Mathilakath, in an official announcement. “Our truly global footprint, combined engineering strength, larger market channels, enhanced manufacturing and broadened supply chain capabilities will enable NOV Mono to rapidly create enhanced value propositions for customers, realize manufacturing and supply chain efficiencies, shorten response time, and provide a superior customer experience.”
The legacy Robbins & Myers business was a leading supplier of engineered equipment and systems for critical applications in global energy, industrial, municipal, chemical and pharmaceutical markets.
The following Robbins & Myers businesses are now part of the NOV Mono business:
- Springfield, Ohio-based Moyno Inc., manufacturer of progressing cavity pumps, sludge pumps, metering pumps, sanitary pumps, mag-drive pumps, multiphase fluids transfer systems and grinders.
- Dayton, Ohio-based Chemineer Inc., provider of mixing technology and manufacturer of quality equipment for fluid agitation applications.
- Claremore, Okla.-based Tarby Inc., manufacturer of progressing cavity replacement parts and pumps.
In addition to the recently acquired Robbins & Myers businesses, NOV Mono also has manufacturing facilities in Melbourne, Australia; Shanghai, China; Manchester, UK; Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Houston, Texas.
Since the merger announcement, the two companies said they are executing a comprehensive integration plan designed to rapidly combine their operations, subsidiaries and product lines without any interruption or inconvenience to their customers.