CB Pacific Named As Representative of Waterman in Pacific Northwest

(Seattle, WA)  CB Pacific has been named as Waterman Industries’ representative agency in the Pacific Northwest. CB Pacific will collaborate closely with engineers, plant managers, and other key leaders in the specification of Waterman gates in water treatment, wastewater, hydropower, and rural water distribution applications.


“We are excited to be representing Waterman,” said Mike Reeve, President of CB Pacific. “In the water and wastewater industries, our products allow us to bring complete solutions to our customers.  Waterman fits well with the other solutions we provide and has a reputation for quality products, engineering, and service.  We look forward to a long and successful relationship in our territory.”

 “We are excited to have CB Pacific joining the Waterman team at this time of rapid growth for our company.” said Roland Fischer, Director of Sales and Marketing.   “They offer extensive market knowledge, solid customer relationships, and outstanding customer support to clients in their region.”

For more information on CB Pacific’s new partnership with Waterman, please go to the CB Pacific website at www.cb-pacific.com


CB Pacific, Inc. is the leading regional representative of an elite group of manufacturers that create software and industrial automation products centered around efficiency, support, and security.

Committed to consultative engagement and continuous improvement, CB Pacific brings together the largest group of application engineers and trainers in the Pacific Northwest. For over twenty years, CB Pacific has been providing customers with quality software, hardware, instrumentation, and process control equipment.


Waterman Industries is a recognized leader in water control products for water treatment, wastewater, high-volume agricultural and rural surface water delivery, hydro-power and flood control management.   Waterman is a leading provider of water control gates, valves, automated controls and accessories to these markets and key customers such as government agencies (water districts, utilities, flood control districts) and agricultural water users (growers, cooperatives). 

The company was founded by W.A. Waterman in 1912.  In 1953, the company began production of large and complex cast iron sluice gates, fabricated slide gates and radial gates in Exeter, California.  In 2015, the company was acquired by its current CEO and CFO together with The Central Valley Fund.