PSG®, a global pump, metering and dispensing-solution expert and an operating company within Dover Corporation, received a proclamation from the Mayor of the City of Grand Terrace celebrating the contributions of PSG California as a leading manufacturer within the community.
PSG is incredibly thankful to the City of Grand Terrace for its enduring partnership and unwavering commitment to local businesses, manufacturing, and the public for over six decades and counting.
The PSG California Team, led by General Manager Michael Sentovich, welcomed a delegation of members from the City of Grand Terrace, including Mayor Bill Hussey, City Manager Konrad Bolowich, and City Planner Scott Hutter. The delegation enjoyed a tour of the manufacturing facility and lunch with the members of the PSG California team.
Hussey provided PSG California with a Proclamation from the City of Grand Terrace celebrating National Manufacturing Day that Sentovich accepted on behalf of PSG California.
The proclamation stated, in part, that “through the invaluable efforts and dedication, PSG California has helped communities and future generations of manufacturers throughout California.” Hussey, Mayor Pro-Tem Doug Wilson, and Council Members Jeff Allen, Sylvia Rodriguez-Robles, and Kenneth J. Henderson signed this proclamation.
Jim Wilden pioneered a revolution, inspired a generation of innovation, and created an entire air pump industry throughout the world with his invention. Wilden® Pump & Engineering Company was founded in the Walnut Groves of Grand Terrace, California, in 1955 on the sketches of a unique but reliable utilitarian pump: the air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump. Over the years, Wilden joined PSG, and its world-class PSG California facility has expanded numerous times to supply customers across the globe through the manufacture of Wilden, All-Flo™, Griswold®, and Neptune® products.
PSG California is committed to positively impacting the local Grand Terrace community and the world. PSG California team members actively participate in the community, from volunteering for local charitable organizations to organizing blood drives.