Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, JWC manufactures and services grinders, screens and processing systems, including the Muffin Monster sewage grinder.
“Windjammer will provide JWC with access to capital and operating resources that will position us for growth through accelerated new product development, market expansion and other strategic initiatives,” said JWC president Ronald Duecker.
“We are excited to be acquiring a clear market leader like JWC that has a strong brand, high quality products and deep engineering expertise,” said Jeff Miehe, managing director of Windjammer Capital. “JWC is a great fit for Windjammer and our investment strategy. The combination of our capital and operational resources, together with JWC’s industry leading management team, will position the company to fully capitalize on its multiple growth opportunities. We are very excited about the opportunities ahead,” added Miehe.
Founded in 1973, JWC has operations in California and Georgia, USA, the UK, and China.
More than 25 000 Muffin Monsters are installed globally to grind up the solid debris that ends up in wastewater pump stations, pipelines and sludge lines. The dual-shafted grinder protects pumps and downstream systems from clogging and potential damage.