Europump Annual Meeting 2025 will take place in Prague



Europump (the European Pump Association) announced that its 2025 Annual Meeting and General Assembly will be held in the historic city of Prague. Hosted by the Czech Pump Manufacturers Association (CPMA) this three-day event will take place at the Hilton Hotel in the enchanting centre of Prague, from 21st -23rd May 2025.

In support of the current European legislative agenda, along with various broader topic areas of importance to the international pump sector, CPMA, on behalf of Europump, looks forward to providing a comprehensive and valuable business agenda for the represented pump manufacturers who will be in attendance.

Commenting on the event, Europump President, Luboš Michlík, said: “On behalf of Europump’s Executive Council, Commissions and Secretariat, I have the great pleasure of inviting you and your colleagues to the 2025 Annual Meeting. Hosted by the Czech Pump Manufacturers Association, and supported by Sigma, a great deal of effort has been spent building on the success of last year’s event in the UK. We have an informative and productive series of meetings arranged, all of which will focus on some of the key issues facing the pump sector now and into the future. We also have a wonderful social programme planned, taking full advantage of the superb location, making this the ‘must attend’ event in 2025. I therefore look forward to welcoming you to Prague in May next year.”

The event is open to all members of Europump, as well as those of its respective National Associations, and with an extensive programme of talks, presentations, and social gatherings, it will provide an unrivalled opportunity for senior executives from across the European pump sector to come together and develop their thinking and future goals.

Full details on the event, including further information on the venue, its location and travel arrangements can be found on the dedicated website. The online booking system will be made live in September, allowing delegates, and their partners, to secure their places –