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KSB in Poland

Excellent service and professional advice are our standard: That is KSB in Poland. KSB specialises in the manufacture and supply of pumps, valves and services.

About us

KSB Poland began operating on the Polish market on 7 December 1993, introducing equipment for water and waste water handling, industry and energy to the Polish market.

We offer a wide range of products: From domestic rainwater treatment systems, through technically advanced pumps, to units supplying boilers in power plants. The range of valves in various sizes and materials allows for a wide range of applications.

KSB's range of pumps and valves is complemented by comprehensive hydraulic systems. Our customers include municipal and industrial plants, which we equip with pump systems and control components. The company’s experts develop a global portfolio tailored to customer needs, carry out turnkey projects and develop projects in close co-operation with our customers.

The scope of production includes an extensive range of services. Our qualified service specialists are at your disposal to ensure problem-free operation of your industrial and municipal installations.

Our head office is located in Bronisze, near Warsaw. We also have a branch in Kraków and representative offices throughout Poland. Our service centres are located in Bronisze, Przyszowice and Leszno. KSB Service also has a branch in Tarnów.

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Reliable, fast and at your fingertips: KSB's head office and branches in Poland

KSB Polska's head office is located in Bronisze, near Warsaw. In addition, the company has a branch in Kraków, Poland, and representative offices throughout the country. Support is also provided at three service centres located at the company's headquarters in Bronisze, Przyszowice and Leszno.


KSB is a global Group with 150 years of experience, which has focused on innovation and the highest quality from the very beginning. Here is a list of key dates in the history of the company's development.


Grand opening of the new foundry in Grovetown (USA).


Establishment of KSB's representative office in Colombia.


Opening of the new KSB Válvulas Ltda. factory in Jundiaí (Brazil)


Acquisition of 80 % of the shares of T. Smedegaard A/S in Glostrup, Copenhagen


Acquisition of the South Korean valve manufacturer Seil Seres Ltd.


KSB acquires 80% of shares in the Italian company ITACO s.r.l. specializing in energy-saving motors.


Production begins at the Lingang plant near Shanghai.


KSB begins cooperation with the Japanese company Nikkiso.


Takeover of the Brazilian valve producer IVC, São Paulo.


Takeover of Dutch pump manufacturer DP Industries B.V. in Alphen.


Takeover of mining application pump manufacturer GIW Industries, Georgia/USA.


KSB enters the Chinese market with the joint venture KSB Shanghai Pumps Co., Ltd.


Acquisition of a pump factory in Halle; Germany.


Acquisition of AMRI S.A., Paris, Europe's largest manufacturer of butterfly valves.


Takeover of Pompes Guinard S.A. in Paris


Establishment of the KSB foundation


First representative office in Asia: Pakistan


First branch offices in the Americas: Argentina


Takeover of factories in Homburg (Saar), Nuremberg (later Pegnitz) and Bremen


KSB goes public.


KSB becomes a public limited company.


Johannes Klein, Friedrich Schanzlin and August Becker establish the company KSB in Frankenthal.

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KSB Group

The KSB Group is one of the leading suppliers of quality pumps and valves and related services with an annual sales revenue of almost 2400 million euros, the company has a presence on all continents with its own sales and marketing organisations, manufacturing facilities and service operations. KSB employs more than 15,000 people.

The success of the company is founded on innovative technology that is the fruit of its own global research and development activities. As well as customers and employees, KSB also serves society at large. Examples of our CSR activities include environmental and educational projects. We are committed to the United Nations’ Global Compact. Its principles reinforce social, environmental and economic fairness worldwide.