ITT Austria GmbH – focus on high technology and the future


Starting from May 1st, 2009 ITT Vogel Pumpen and ITT Water & Wastewater Austria have been merged into “ITT Austria GmbH”.

This merger allows us to offer a wider range of products and grant the best possible services to our Customers as well as obtain all products for projects out of one source.

The complete product portfolio, as well as the product brands, remain unchanged.

A widespread sales and service network, all over Austria, ensures to be in the neighborhood of our customers, thus giving the best possible service to them.

This includes the Headquarters in Stockerau (near Vienna) with other 5 Sales offices and service network in Wels, Graz, Kematen (near Innsbruck), Klagenfurt and Seewalchen.

Customers’ satisfaction is our reward: we focus on the quality of our products, on our customer and after sales service and we want to provide the highest customer benefits out of our products. Energy efficient solutions, reliability, durability, environment-friendly are our products essential requirements.

This integration is an important step into a new future; it intensifies the visions and values of ITT and strengthens our position as word's largest supplier of pumps and systems to transport, treat and control of water and other fluids for water supply, water treatment and industrial applications.

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