Parkson Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Axel Johnson Inc., announced they have acquired the assets of Schreiber LLC of Trussville, Alabama.
Schreiber’s Aftermarket Care Department will expand Parkson’s parts and services offering by providing a second dedicated facility in the Southeastern U.S., according to the press release.
Operating in the U.S. since 1980, Schreiber has installed nearly 700 plants comprising thousands of pieces of treatment equipment. Schreiber offers individual wastewater components, complete systems, and a wide range of energy-efficient and innovative water and wastewater treatment solutions from influent to final discharge.
Schreiber pioneered the single-reactor basin approach for advanced biological wastewater treatment, designed flex control systems, and designed the continuously sequencing reactor (CSR). In 1995, they introduced a new compressible media filter system known as the Fuzzy Filter. Most recently, their patented monitoring and control systems was introduced, providing facilities with state-of-the-art controls.
“The addition of a strong brand of established technologies will foster future growth while giving Parkson the opportunity to serve existing Schreiber customers through our robust Aftermarket Parts and Services Group," said Parkson CEO Michael Hill in the press release. "We look forward to welcoming our new team members to the Parkson family and are confident that together we will unlock tremendous potential.”
“We are very pleased to have come together with such a strong player in the industry that will build on the Schreiber legacy while providing a seamless transition to our rep network and customer base,” said Thacher Worthen, Schreiber’s CEO in the press release.