Greg Mason started Pump & Valve as we know it today and has been the driving force for over 2 decades.
Joel Mason is the civil and environmental sales manager and is responsible for the division that looks after the packaged pump stations and storm water treatment devices. Joel loves the technical aspect of his job and has been heavily involved in the development and introduction of fibreglass packaged pump stations into New Zealand.
Roy has the 3 sales divisions of Pump & Valve reporting to him and keeps them all motivated and progressing with an eclectic mix of enthusiasm, drive and an easy going nature. Roy has close on 2 decades of experience with industrial pumps and is one of the key ‘go to’ people for tricky enquiries.
Harry manages the marketing side of the business, from the online shop to this website to overseeing our social media. He is vibrantly passionate about his job here and is always eager to learn more.
Matthew is the Industrial Sales Manager and looks after the industrial sales team. He has over 18 years of experience of selling pumps and has a solid technical background giving him the ability to think outside the accepted norms.
Jeremy is a sales engineer based in the Auckland office. In his 16 years with Pump & Valve, Jeremy is firmly in the ‘been there done that’ class. Jeremy is enthusiastic and is committed to customer service. Jeremy’s territory includes parts of Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Hamilton, Waitomo and Nelson.
Tim is an Internal Sales Engineer based in the Auckland office and takes care of the wide range of enquiries that are phoned or emailed in every day. He has wasted no time in getting stuck in as a valuable member of our team, immersing himself in the product range and his product knowledge grows by the day.
Brett has rapidly made himself part of the Pump & Valve furniture with his ability to take on information quickly relentless enthusiasm and an attitude of needing to do what is right for the customer.
Based in Wellington guy has been in the pump business for over 15 years. He has a solid technical background and an excellent grasp of pumping principles.
Tony is the longest-serving employee at Pump & Valve with close on 25 years of service. He is meticulous and systems driven – ideal qualities for a job of this type.
Lee is responsible for all Civil Pumpstation estimating and a lot of the behind the scenes design work at Pump & Valve. The chances are that if you have ever received an offer for a medium to large pump station it has come from him.
Michael is responsible for all in-house drafting work for our Civil & Environmental Team.
Ben is responsible for the Civil Sales projects focusing on the SPEL product range of stormwater and waste water quality improvement. Having dealt with merchants and contractors for over 10 years, he is able to understand in the requirements of how a project is structured and how to offer value to a business and project.
Phil is our go-to guy for onsite civil installations, he has experience in civil contracting as well as project management and will be your point of contact during pumpstation installations.
Lincoln is based in Wellington and looks after the Fastflo product portfolio. As former plumber Lincoln knows the game well and makes sure that his products are a perfect fit for the market.
Hugh has 2 hats – the first being an internal sales engineer and the second as an electrical engineer. Vastly knowledgeable with decades of experience specifically with pumps and their associated control systems Hugh is our ‘go to’ man whenever a custom electrical control system is needed.
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Gina is the company accountant. Based in Auckland, she’s tasked with keeping tabs on the books.
Any organisation that is worthwhile has one of these people and for Pump & Valve Kelly is it. She is responsible for most of the behind the scene work that ensures the wheels turn smoothly and also co-ordinates the workshop.
Jon is responsible for purchasing and importing goods from our overseas suppliers. He juggles air freight sea freight and stock levels – no easy task!
Terry is based in Wanganui and is responsible for translating the plans that the Civil team draw up into actual product in the ground.
Steph is part of our Christchurch branch, he has extensive knowledge in his line of work and years of experience to go with it.