Quench acquires Pure Point Water Systems

Dec. 19, 2013

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Pure Point is a bottle-less water system supplier serving the Mid-Atlantic region.

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Filtered drinking water cooler and ice dispenser provider Quench has acquired Pure Point Water Systems, according to an article on FoodBev.com.

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Pure Point is a bottle-less water system supplier with expertise in water purification methods, the article reported, including a triple-filtration process.

"The acquisition of Pure Point Water Systems significantly adds to our market-leading customer base in the Mid-Atlantic region," said Anthony Ibarguen, Quench CEO. "We are excited to welcome founder Mike Schlisman, his team and customers."

Pure Point has been serving commercial customers in the Mid-Atlantic region since 1997, noted the article.

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"Quench's broad product line and nationwide service platform were key factors in our decision and will add tremendous value to our customers," said Pure Point Water Systems' president, Michael Schlisman. "We look forward to being part of the Quench family."

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