Friday, November 04, 2011

One Comes In and One Leaves

Process Integration Inc. a hardware and software development company specializing in technological product sorting, data collection, weighing and labeling is picking up its roots in Delmar Maryland and heading for some new digs near the Ocean City Harbor.

Thompson Pump, a manufacturer of engine-powered portable pumps, will relocate its Pocomoke City, Md. sales and service operations to a newly leased space in Delmar this week. The company will employ 5 full-time workers at the 2,500-square-foot facility, located at 38190 Old Stage Road.

The move was facilitated by Senior Advisor John McClellan of The McClellan Team and Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury, Md. The property was leased from SQ FT LLC. The remaining portion of the building is occupied by B&D Electric.

The Delaware Economic Development Office worked with the real estate firm to attract the company to Delaware. The new location was selected for its large yard area and convenient access to its customers in Delaware and Eastern Maryland.

Thompson Pump, based in Port Orange, Fl., is an industry leader in the development of high quality engine-powered portable pumps, ranging in size from 2 to 18 inches. Its pumps and equipment can be found in some of the most demanding applications in the areas of construction, by pass, dewatering, public works, municipalities, mining, sewer/lift stations, water/wastewater and agriculture. Thompson Pump’s products have assisted with well-known emergencies, including the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in Gulf of Mexico and recent flooding along the Mississippi River.

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