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Kemco Systems Acquires Water Treatment Specialist

CLEARWATER, Fla. — Kemco Systems, a provider of water and energy solutions, reports it has acquired Texas-based water treatment technology and services company, Bob Johnson & Associates.

The acquisition supplements Kemco’s water treatment services capabilities to the industrial markets while extending a strong wastewater technology portfolio to the clients of Bob Johnson & Associates, according to the company. 

The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“This acquisition will help us better serve our industrial clients with a stronger ability to tend to their daily water purity challenges,” says Tom Vanden Heuvel, CEO of Kemco Systems. “Partnering with the Bob Johnson team will be recognized as an advantage by our industrial clients as we continue to expand our single source of accountability in solving their issues.”

Kemco says that since 1969, Bob Johnson has been a leader in solving its clients’ difficult water treatment challenges. 

During its 50 years in business, Bob Johnson & Associates has developed specialized expertise in servicing its clients with ion exchange resin regeneration, off-site membrane cleaning and a robust equipment offering through its Unity product line, continues Kemco. It’s Scale Free line of specialty chemicals includes myriad membrane cleaners, boiler treatment, as well as hot and cold closed-loop applications.  

“We are excited to partner with a company recognized for excellence, ingenuity and customer support, like Kemco,” says Belinda Denman, president of Bob Johnson & Associates. “Their sales presence, manufacturing ability and legacy, when joined with our experience and depth of service offering, will provide all of our customers an unrivaled experience.”

“We are excited to welcome the Bob Johnson team to the Kemco family,” says Vanden Heuvel. “We stand together ready to support our customers with a stronger portfolio of solutions to help address their water and wastewater treatment challenges.”

CLEARWATER, Fla. — Company says Texas-based acquisition supplements water treatment services to industrial markets

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