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Clyde Bergemann Power Group (CBPG) Strengthens Market Position by Merging Business Units

To equip CBPG for future market challenges and thus support the group’s strategic direction, the Materials Handling (MH) and Air Pollution Control (APC) business units of Clyde Bergemann Americas (CBAM) will be combined into one single, dedicated unit. The new company will be a key part of CBAM, led by Dominick Garton. It will be fully functional as of September 2016 and will be based in Malvern, PA, while using the existing facilities of the current MH product division. Named Clyde Bergemann Environmental Technologies (CBET) the new company will be headed by Mr. Ron Tempesta as President. Mr. Sonny Haq, appointed as COO, will be responsible for all operations.

With advanced “Materials Handling” and “Air Pollution Control” technologies Clyde Bergemann will be able to provide tailor-made competitive and environmental sound solutions to the customers in the power and energy-related industries. 

“We are excited to offer our customers new possibilities as a result of both improved intrinsic cost efficiency as well as technology synergies of the newly formed company. The range includes advanced solutions for particulate capture and acid gas/heavy metal mitigation, as well as bottom and fly ash handling and pneumatic conveying systems”, states Franz Bartels, President & CEO of the Clyde Bergemann Power Group.

“The combination of the Air Pollution Control with the Materials Handling unit will benefit the customers through seamless, single-contract solutions and make Clyde Bergemann a much stronger organization”, added Dominick Garton, President of CBAM.

With historic project successes, such as the largest MACT based project at LG&E successfully completed as well as recent major project wins such as the WTD system upgrades at Santee Cooper, the new CBET is already well positioned to help its customers to grow and become successful this year and beyond.