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Equipment Financing and Leasing Programs Now Available

Funding the right equipment for your project just became simpler. Because CPE has teamed up with Alliance Capital Corporation to expand our distribution offering to include equipment financing and leasing for our full range of fluid handling products. Whether you’re specifying mechanical seals, pumps & process equipment, packing & gasketing,… read more →

Moving up, adding on. Family style.

At CPE, we operate like a family. And when our family grows, we all grow. We’d like to congratulate Frank Carello on his promotion to Vice President of Business Development and Contracts. Frank joined CPE in 2009 after after 28 years in the Power Generation Industry as a Procurement and… read more →

CPE and NOV Fiber Glass Systems Flow Together

We’re proud to welcome NOV Fiber Glass Systems into the CPE Plastic Piping Division, providing total tank-to-tank solutions for chemical, semiconductor, filtration, power and general industrial applications. We represent only the most trusted manufacturers of non-metallic, corrosion-resistant piping systems, accessories and valves– now including NOV Fiber Glass Systems. For more… read more →

New Website Launches

Today, we launch our newly refreshed website. It’s CPE as you’ve never seen us before. We’ve always been big on service, so it made sense to bring that experience to our customers and suppliers online. New look, easier to maneuver, simpler to take in. Browse our product lines from the… read more →

CPE Acquires Gehring Pumps

Rochester, NY—September 4th, 2012–Robert Tortorella, President of CPE ( today announced that two of the Northeast’s most recognized names in the fluid handling industry, CPE and Gehring Pumps, are combining forces. CPE, a recognized leader in the corrosion, fabrication, pump and seal industries is acquiring Gehring Pumps, one of the… read more →

Hydrofracking: Drilling down to the facts

How it works To create a horizontal well, you first drill down vertically to a depth above the gas-bearing rock formation. Then you use special tools to curve the well so that the hole is drilled horizontally within the rock for up to several thousand feet. The benefits of horizontal… read more →

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