Frequently Asked Questions

Who is OPW Fluid Transfer Group?

OPW Fluid Transfer Group (OPWFTG) is part of Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV), a multi-billion dollar industrial conglomerate comprised of more than 50 independent market-leading companies.

What is OPWFTG's area of specialization?

OPWFTG provides expert solutions for the safe handling, processing, transfer, monitoring, and measuring of hazardous bulk products worldwide. The company's products and systems are used in chemical plants, refineries, petrochemical facilities, at loading racks, on rail tank cars, cargo tank transports and dry bulk trailers around the world to help safeguard personnel and the environment against costly petroleum and chemical spills, tank overfills and fugitive vapor emissions in the handling of hazardous bulk products.

How is OPWFTG organized?

OPWFTG is comprised of market-leading operating companies organized into three (3) market units:

Operating Companies:

  • OPW Engineered Systems
  • Midland Manufacturing
  • Civacon
  • Knappco

Market Units:

  • Chemical & Industrial Processing Market Unit
  • Cargo Tank Market Unit
  • Rail Market Unit

Is OPWFTG a global company?

Yes. OPWFTG has manufacturing plants in North America, Europe, Brazil and India; and sales offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, and China.

Its global operations include:

  • OPW Fluid Transfer Group Europe
  • OPW Fluid Transfer Group South America
  • OPW Fluid Transfer Group China
  • OPW Fluid Transfer Group India
  • OPW Fluid Transfer Group Asia-Pacific

What type of products does OPWFTG manufacture?

The OPWFTG companies OPW Engineered Systems, Midland Manufacturing, and Civacon, Knappco design and manufacture products for the safe handling, processing transfer, monitoring and measuring of hazardous bulk products. Our products and systems are used in chemical plants, refineries, petrochemical facilities, at loading racks, on rail tank cars, cargo tank transports and dry bulk trailers around the world to help safeguard personnel and the environment against costly petroleum and chemical spills, tank overfills and fugitive vapor emissions in the handling of hazardous bulk products.