Largest Family-Owned Filtration Company in U.S. Marks Launch with Value to Operations™ Model Mini Golf Open Competition.
Media, Pa., USA – Roberts Filter Group, a century-old, family-owned business that provides value-driven water filtration solutions and products to water plants across five continents, today announced the launch of the company’s Value to Operations™ model at the American Water Works Association’s 2014 Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE ’14).
The Value to Operations model combines the most advanced water treatment innovations with a time-tested, family-run service model that Roberts’ customers and the water industry have always counted on. The model consists of five key operational solution areas from research and development through the continuity of equipment, knowledge and relationships.
“We’re excited to formalize best practices and water technology innovations that our team has designed and delivered to customers over the past century,” said Matt Roberts, director of business development at Roberts Filter Group. “Now more than ever, customers are seeking customized, flexible solutions and operational efficiency. The Value to Operations model not only answers these industry demands, but also integrates Roberts’ generational expertise and patented innovations to provide customer products and solutions that last for decades.”
To learn more about this model, attendees at the ACE ’14 tradeshow will have the opportunity to play in the Value to Operations Mini Golf Open – a fun competition on a course built around Roberts’ water filtration products. Located at the Roberts Filter Group booth, #2318, all competitors who step on the “putting blue” and play the one-hole course will have a chance to win an iPad mini.
Roberts’ representatives are available throughout the tradeshow to discuss what the Value to Operations model means for water filtration plants around the world and how plant managers and the engineers that guide them can create value at the heart of the plant across seven key value drivers, from energy usage to operational efficiency.